Patti Hartigan’s excellent new biography gives us a rich portrait of the playwright’s life and art, and a measure of his significance.
A reporter and critic who knew Wilson nearly from the start of his playwriting peak, she wrote the biography she wanted to see.
The Huntington’s longtime managing director reflects on 4 decades, and 4 artistic directors, at Boston’s largest theatre.
A latecomer to acting, he had a rich, varied, decades-long career onstage and on screen, not only as a performer but as a mentor, teacher, and leader.
Known as one of the great ‘Wilson warriors’ for roles in all but 2 of August Wilson’s plays, the actor looks back on highlights from his rich and diverse career and looks ahead to another turn on Broadway.
The actor, a champion of the late author’s work, will join Wilson’s widow, Constanza Romero, for remarks at the opening of his childhood home in the Hill District.
After 2 years held entirely remotely, this year marked TCG’s first hybrid conference, with both virtual and in-person gatherings focused on healing and learning.
This week our guest is TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s artistic director Tim Bond, now directing August Wilson’s ‘Gem of the Ocean’ there.
A new exhibit at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in the writer’s hometown of Pittsburgh immerses visitors in the world of his plays, as well as the world around them.
One of the regional theatre’s founding generation, he’s now back at the 43-year-old New Jersey company he co-founded.