Why See Radio Golf?
The final piece of August Wilson's ten-play cycle, set in the last decade of the twentieth century, makes its Broadway debut.
If the government declares the Hill District blighted, federal money will be made available for redevelopment. Can the money be legally diverted to buy a radio station - and cash in before laws granting favorable status to minority owners are repealed? If inner-city kids learn to play golf, can they reach the middle class as adults? And what will happen to Aunt Esther's house?
The tenth and final play of Wilson's lauded cycle about the African-American experience in each decade of the 20th century.
Previews from : 20th April 2007
Opened : 8th May 2007
Closed : 1st July 2007
Audience: Radio Golf is appropriate for children aged 13 and over (subject matter: nudity). Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Cort Theater.
Run time: 2 hours and 30 minutes with one 15 minute intermission
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Opening night: 20 April 2007
New York Drama Critics' Circle Award 2007
BEST AMERICAN PLAY
Drama Desk Awards Nominations 2007
Anthony Chisholm "Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play"
Drama League Awards 2007 Nominations
"Distinguished Production of a Play"
Outer Circle Drama Critics Awards Nomination 2007
4 TONY AWARD NOMINATIONS!
Including Best Play
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