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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

True Colors Theatre Review- August Wilson's How I learned What I Learned

If you live in or will be in Atlanta this weekend, don't miss True Colors Theatre presentation of August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned. Starring acclaimed actor Eugene Lee (who gives a tour de force performance as playwright August Wilson) How I learned What What I Learned chronicles the experiences and events that shaped the life of the incomparable playwright. There are moments that range from hilarity to heartbreak, with one poignant revelation after another. The play spotlights the challenges of what it means to be a black artist in America, yet this is an event that EVERYONE should attend, it is THAT brilliant!!

Running through November 2nd at the Southwest Arts Center  915 New Hope Road, Atlanta, GA  

Me and the star of How I learned what I learned Eugene Lee

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