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What Happens in the Diner Stays in the Diner

Posted by: Kadiatou Bah at 03/16/2015 02:30 PM
What Happens in the Diner Stays in the Diner

Are you African-American and/or a feminist? Do you believe in equal rights? Do you consider yourself a person who fights for what he/she believes in? Well, then, the current offering at the Goodman Theatre may be your cup of tea. Or may change your perspective of things.


Two Trains Running: Atmospheric Done Right

Posted by: Nicole Rusick at 03/16/2015 02:30 PM
Two Trains Running: Atmospheric Done Right

If you’re dying to know what life― emotionally and physically― was like in late 1960’s black communities of Pittsburgh, you won’t need to build a time machine in your garage. Come to the Goodman instead, and see one of August Wilson’s “Century Cycle” plays, “Two Trains Running.”


Two Trains Running

Posted by: Mary Szromba at 03/16/2015 02:30 PM
Two Trains Running

Two Trains Running

Posted by: Shreya Thakkar at 03/16/2015 02:30 PM
Two Trains Running

Although August Wilson left the world too soon, he left behind a legacy: his eye-opening plays. The Goodman Theatre’s production of Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” was no exception to that legacy.