Tag Archives: August Wilson

From Screen To Stage “FENCES” at PBTS

PLAYERS BY THE SEA THEATRE REVIEW A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW BY DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM Jacksonville Beach’s and sponsors Scott and Nancy McLucas opened “,” by (1945-2005) on March 17, 2017. The play, which received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for drama, along with a Tony for best play, will remain onstage in the Grace Darling Studio Theatre through April 1. We suggest that readers who want to see the production — which is one of this year’s most outstanding plays — make reservations immediately. The studio theatre has limited seating, and we’re predicting a sold-out house for almost all …

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Dual Critics: Stage Aurora’s The Piano Lesson

STAGE AURORA THEATRICAL COMPANY REVIEW March 6-8, 2015, see tickets & times www.stageaurora.org If you read no further than this know that this is considered ’s best play, and it truly holds your interest and when done as well as this , is enthralling. This domestic drama takes place in a modest house in Pittsburgh, in the l930s. A central character is this play is a large old piano that is the center piece of this living room. The two main characters are brother and sister and their main topic of discussion is the piano. The brother Boy Willie is from …

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