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by August Wilson
directed by
Kenny Leon

Featuring Television, Stage, and Film actor HARRY LENNIX (Fox's "24", Stomp the Yard, and Ray), and Tony Award-winner TONYA PINKINS (Jelly's Last Jam, Caroline, or Change and TV's All My Children) and one of Oprah Winfrey's "Ten Women in America Who will Take Your Breath Away".

In the sequel to August Wilson's acclaimed Gem of the Ocean, we return to the Pittsburgh Hill District in 1997. Harmond Wilks is a successful real estate developer and mayoral candidate with a plan to revitalize the neighborhood. But when Aunt Ester's house at 1839 Wylie Avenue is slated for demolition, a stranger claiming ownership appears, forcing Wilks to confront his relationship with his heritage.

Infused by the spirits and dreams of generations past, Radio Golf is a powerful, contemporary play that completes Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winner August Wilson's extraordinary 20th century cycle of the African-American experience.

Appropriate for ages 12 and up

The Chicago Sun-Times 
"Stunning, wonderful & elegant"!
The Boston Herald 
"Funny, thoughtful and reverberant"
- Daryl H. Miller, Los Angeles Times 
(Click on photos to view Bios)
(From left to right)
Anthony Chisholm; John Earl Jelks; Harry Lennix; Tonya Pinkins; James A. Williams;
Playwright August  Wilson
Direction Kenny  Leon
Set Design David  Gallo
Costume Design Susan  Hilferty
Lighting Design Donald  Holder
Original Music Dan  Moses Schreier
Dramaturg Todd  Kreidler
Vocal Coach Erin  Annarella
(Click on name to view Bio)
Location: Matthews
Seating Chart
Dates: Mar 18 2007 -Apr 8 2007
Run Time:2 hours, 25 minutes; including 1 intermission
Time: Mon - Thurs: 7:30pm
Fri  - 8:00pm
Sat - 3:00pm & 8:00pm
Sun: 2:00pm & 7:30pm
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Audience Guide
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Dialogue on Drama
Schedule Reminder
3/5 Kenny Leon to speak on Princeton Campus
3/8 Live at the Library
3/25 Dialogue on Drama
3/28 Post Performance Discussion
3/29 Pride Night
3/30 After Hours
4/4 Post Performance Discussion
4/7 ASL Performance
4/8 Audio Described Perf.
New Jersey State Council on the Arts
This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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