Phylicia Rashad & Kenny Leon in Same Time, Next Year
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The last date listed for Same Time, Next Year was Wednesday July 23, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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August Wilson scored a Pulitzer Prize for Fences (which also won a Tony) and The Piano Lesson and is now the star of his own show ... sort of. Created and originally performed by Wilson at Seattle Repertory Theatre in 2003, this production of How I Learned What I Learned stars Eugene Lee (Miss Evers' Boys, Fences) as the prolific playwright. With direction by Wilson's longtime friend and collaborator Todd Kreidler, Lee steps into Wilson's shoes to share his personal stories about his encounters with racism, music, love, a stint in jail, his first kiss, life-changing friendships as a young poet in Pittsburgh's Hill District and what it means to be a black artist in America. Learn More
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Written by Bernard Slade
Directed by Chris Coleman
About the Ticket Supplier: Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company
The name True Colors Theatre Company reflects a promise to search for truth and clarity. True Colors Theatre Company’s mission is creating a moveable feast of theatre grounded in the rich canon of African-American classics and branching out to include bold interpretations of world drama and a strong commitment to diverse new voices, helping to develop those early-career writers who are creating tomorrow’s classics today.
True Colors Theatre Company intends to be an important voice in the American discussion of diversity, supporting and propelling individuals and institutions in their quest for understanding. Operationally, the company will strive to remain fiscally sound and small enough that every individual who works there can be heard, be accountable, get better at what they do, and live out True Colors’ core values.