Tuesday, July 22, 2014

RADIO GOLF, Black Theatre Troupe, September 26 - October 12, 2014

By August Wilson
At the end of the century the world is just beginning. Radio Golf is the final play in August Wilson’s epic ten-play cycle chronicling the African-American experience in the twentieth century. Harmond Wilks, an Ivy League-educated lawyer with an educated and ambitious wife, wants to redevelop a poverty-stricken section of Pittsburgh. He is also preparing to enter the 1997 mayoral race to become Pittsburgh’s first black mayor. Suddenly another world intrudes when the owner of an old mansion at 1839 Wylie refuses to give up his home and make room for the development. It turns out that the house at 1839 Wylie has a more significant past than Harmond or his investors could have imagined.

(clockwise from top) Calion Maston, T.A. Burrows, Lillie Richardson,
Kwane Vedrene and Roosevelt Watts
Written by August Wilson

Directed by David J. Hemphill

Scenic Design: Thom Gilseth
Lighting Design: Jeff Davis
Costume, Hair and Make-Up Design: Mario Garcia
Sound Design: Alex Cozza
Technical Director: Joel Birch
Stage Manager: DeOnte Lemons
Properties: Carrie Marion

Cast: (in alphabetical order)
Elder Joseph Barlow: T.A. Burrows
Roosevelt Hicks: Calion Maston
Mame Wilks: Lillie Richardson*
Harmond Wilks: Kwane Vedrene
Sterling Johnson: Roosevelt Watts 
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association

Photo: Laura Durant 

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