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Shining Like New Money

August Wilson, the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who just completed his mammoth cycle of plays documenting black life in America throughout the 20th Century, has been diagnosed with liver cancer. His doctors told him about the cancer in June and said at that time he had 3 to 5 months left to live. I’m very happy he got to see “Radio Golf,” the end of the cycle, open and close on Broadway, and I hope to eventually see the whole cycle myself. (Via Bejata.)

August 26, 2005 / Uncategorized

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So sad. Seeing Joe Turner’s Come and Gone at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in high school was one of those grow-up-bunc-all-at-once experiences for me.

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