Joe Turner's Come And Gone

Joe Turner's Come And Gone

Written by: August Wilson 

Anthony Bean Community Theater    1/27/2006 - 2/12/2006 (schedule)

Category:  Drama

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Joe Turner’s Come and Gone is a brilliant work in Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson’s ten-play series exploring the 20th century African-American experience. It is Pittsburgh in 1911, and a mysterious stranger (played by Councilman-At-Large Oliver Thomas who was featured in Two Trains Running, No Niggers, No Jews, No Dogs, and King Hedley II) has arrived with his young daughter (played by 8 year old Chloe Tillis) at a boardinghouse. In a world still troubled by the marks of slavery the stranger’s search for his wife (played by Valencia Williams) and the life he knew many years before becomes a ...Read More

Total performances: 9

Oliver Thomas.... Loomis *
Charles Bosworth.... Selig
Chloe Tillis.... Zonia
Gwendolyne Foxworth.... Bertha
Harold Evans.... Bynum
Karen-Kaia Livers.... Molly
Kenneth Brown, Jr..... Jeremy
Loretta Petit.... Mattie
Tony Felix.... Reuben
Valencia Williams.... Martha
Wilbert Williams.... Seth
*=featured role

Anthony Bean ....  Director
Lyn F. Caliva ....  Lighting Design; Technical Director
John Grimsley ....  Set Design


Fever Dreams
by Dalt Wonk
Gambit Weekly 2/07/06

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