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August Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle - a Synopsis
In the early 1980s, playwright August Wilson decided that he wanted to create a cycle of ten plays, one play for each decade. Collectively, they would become ...
Study Guide "The Piano Lesson" - Characters and Themes in August
A study guide for "The Piano Lesson." Read the plot summary of August Wilson's play and learn about the characters, symbols, and themes from "The Piano ...
"Fences," a Play by August Wilson - Plays/Drama - About.com
Arguably August Wilson's most renowned work, Fences explores the life and relationships of the Maxson family. This moving drama was written in 1983 and ...
Biography of Playwright August Wilson - Pittsburgh - About.com
Pulitzer Prize winning playwright August Wilson (April 27, 1945 - October 2, 2005 ) is one of the most influential writers in American theater. He is best known for ...
Wilson, August - Author of Fences by August Wilson - Plays/Drama
Educational resources for one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century, August Wilson. Author of "The Pittsburgh Cycle," ten plays set in ten different ...
"The Piano Lesson" Themes - Sutter's Ghost in "The Piano Lesson"
An analysis of Sutter's ghost and the supernatural themes found in August Wilson's "The Piano Lesson."
August Wilson Monologue Competition Winners Announced
Thembisile Gxuluwe was recently announced as the first-place winner of the 5th Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Judging Panel Announced for May 5 August Wilson Competition Final
The elite judging panel for the 6th Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition has been announced for the May 5th finals, and this year's judges will include ...
6TH Annual National August Wilson Monologue Competition ...
The 5th Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition will take place on Monday, May 5th at 7 p.m. at the August Wilson Theatre (245 West 52nd Street, New ...
The Piano Lesson - Plays/Drama - About.com
Study Guide for August Wilson's "The Piano Lesson" - plot summary, characters, and themes.