Joe Turner's Come and Gone: Post-Slavery Drama by August Wilson
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I have read all of Wilson's plays and seen many of them performed. This performance was in the top 3 (even compared to Broadway productions!). The cast was superb. Bynum blew the roof off of the building and young Rueban was a delight. (The...continued
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