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by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2009
The Fountain Theatre continues its unique relationship with one of the world's greatest living playwrights, Athol Fugard, with the West Coast premiere of Coming Home. Stephen Sachs directs Matthew Elam, Deidrie Henry, Noah Murtadha, Thomas Silcott, Timothy Taylor and Adolphus Ward in Fugard's newest work, which opens June 20 and continues through August 29. Low-priced previews begin June 13.
by James Howard - Mar 5, 2006
WHO: CENTERSTAGE WHAT: August Wilson's Radio Golf WHEN: March 24-April 30. Tuesday - Saturday: 8 pm; Sunday: 7:30 pm; Saturday & Sunday Matinee: 2 pm; and Wednesday Matinee: April 12th at 1 pm. HOW MUCH: $10-$65, with Student & Senior Discounts (half-price on the day of show) See article for further discounts.
by Michael Gilboe - Jun 5, 2007
Tony Nominee John Earl Jelks, and James Williams discuss Radio Golf, and their long relationship with the project, having worked on it since its inception at Yale. They also discuss working with August Wilson.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2009
The Fountain Theatre continues its unique relationship with one of the world's greatest living playwrights, Athol Fugard, with the West Coast premiere of Coming Home. Stephen Sachs directs Matthew Elam, Deidrie Henry, Noah Murtadha, Thomas Silcott, Timothy Taylor and Adolphus Ward in Fugard's newest work, which opens June 20 and continues through August 29. Low-priced previews begin June 13.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2006
Fences, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by August Wilson, will be presented at the Pasadena Playhouse from August 25th through October 1st in a production starring Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2009
The Fountain Theatre continues its unique relationship with one of the world's greatest living playwrights, Athol Fugard, with the West Coast premiere of Coming Home. Stephen Sachs directs Matthew Elam, Deidrie Henry, Noah Murtadha, Thomas Silcott, Timothy Taylor and Adolphus Ward in Fugard's newest work, which opened June 20 and continues through August 29.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2009
Loretta Greco has chosen Tough Titty to start off the new year, a dynamically theatrical and surprisingly funny odyssey through one woman's battle with breast cancer. Tough Titty, written by Oni Faida Lampley and directed by Robert O'Hara, marks the third play of Magic Theatre's 2008/09 season. In Tough Titty, when Angela's routine cannot keep breast cancer at bay, she must learn to face the disease, her family, and her community with equal doses of tenacity and humor. Richly emotional, Tough Titty is a boisterous exploration of one woman's willful search for grace.