Peace Mountain Theatre Company is currently presenting the iconic August Wilson’s “Radio Golf,” produced by Hal Freed and directed by Eleanore Tapscott. This play was the last of Wilson’s ten plays highlighting African-American life in America, called the Pittsburg Cycle. Wilson died before the play opened on Broadway but it garnered the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play and received three Tony Award nominations.
"…loaded with memorable characters and makes us all look critically into race relations in this country…Peace Mountain Theatre Company hits a hole-in-one with “Radio Golf.”
Harmond Wilks (MarQuis Fair) is a distinguished realtor in Pittsburgh with his wife, Mame (Nefertari Rasaq).
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