January 13 – February 25, 2007
2 hours and 30 minutes
Set in the present but steeped in the spirits and dreams of the past, Radio Golf tells the story of Harmond Wilks, an ambitious real estate developer whose plans for a slick new venture will likely make him the city’s first black mayor. Everything proceeds smoothly until the arrival of a mysterious stranger forces Wilks to reconsider his path to (and definition of) success. August Wilson’s final work for the stage, Radio Golf marks a triumphant conclusion to Wilson’s extraordinary cycle of plays chronicling the twentieth-century African American experience; this production makes the Goodman the only theater in the country to have produced each work of the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright’s remarkable canon.