This is an impeccable production of a play whose weaknesses outweigh its considerable strengths. It’s the 1960s episode of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle, tracing a century of life in the African American Hill District, and urban renewal shadows everything. (Jack Magaw’s set presents this vividly.) The diner where the play takes place is nearly empty […]
It’s a nail-biting mayoral race—in Pittsburgh.
A Writers Theatre revival doesn’t solve old problems with Eugene Lee’s play.