August Wilson in New York | SOLD OUT | Sunday, April 12
Woodie King, Jr., founder of the New Federal Theatre and friend and colleague of August Wilson, has produced and championed African American theater for decades. Leading a public discussion with friends and colleagues, King shares memories of Wilson’s life and work in New York—and the influence Wilson had on a new generation of theater artists.
Sunday, April 12 | 6pm
Presented by Goodman Theatre
Moderated by Woodie King, Jr.
Goodman Theatre (170 N. Dearborn St.)
312.443.3800 | GoodmanTheatre.org
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.