May 8th, 2015


by August Wilson

Directed by: Dave Ebersole


November 2014
Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
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December 2014
Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
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Thursday performances are at 7:30 PM
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 PM
Sunday matinees are at 2:00 PM

Group rates available! For more information send email to

The Great Depression may be at its depth, but it gives Boy Willie the chance to buy the farm where his ancestors were slaves. Trouble is, he would have to sell the antique piano that sits in his sister’s Pittsburgh living room, covered with carvings that embody ghosts of the family’s past. The resulting duel of siblings won August Wilson the Tony Award for best play and the Pulitzer Prize.


Character Performer
Boy Willie Kash Goins
Berniece Erin Stewart
Doaker Damien J. Wallace
Lymon Rodd Deon
Avery Richard Bradford
Wining Boy Tim Golden
Maretha Aria Jones
Grace Sabrina Hall


Production Staff
Director Dave Ebersole
Assistant Director Jill Haas
Producer Brian Walsh
Props Hannah Wisniewski
Stage Manager Denise Meyers
Set Design / Master Carpenter Jolene Petrowski
Costume Designer Becky Wright
Lighting Designer Bill Bloom
Sound Design Mick Loro
Sound Board Operator Davida Weiler-Stone


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    Photos by Bill Strouse

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