New African Grove Theatre goes back to the beginning with “Gem of the Ocean,” the first in August Wilson’s Century Cycle of plays chronicling the story of African-American people in the 20th century
by Andrew Alexander
July 15, 2019
Atlanta’s New African Grove Theatre is one of only a handful of theaters in the US to perform all ten plays in August Wilson’s famous Century Cycle.
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