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Two Trains Running

Recommended

Seattle Repertory Theatre Seattle Center
Jan. 12-Feb. 11 2018

$17-$85

Recommended by Rich Smith

Everyone should be well aware of Fences, August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece about black family life in the 1950s. But everyone—especially Seattleites concerned with issues of gentrification, activism, rising racial tensions, and economic inequality—would also do well to spend as much time thinking about Two Trains Running, the next in Wilson's 10-play cycle. Set in a Pittsburgh diner, Wilson reckons with the revolutionary decade of the 1960s, when expectations for the future of the civil rights movement were as high as they were uncertain. Everyone should also know that Wilson's a hometown hero, having spent the latter years of his life writing in the Victrola on 15th or the (old) Canterbury on 19th. Seeing his plays at the Rep, where his cycle of plays was produced in full, carries a special resonance. Juliette Carrillo will direct.

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Seattle Repertory Theatre

155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109
206-443-2222
http://seattlerep.org/

Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • Jan. 12-Feb. 11 2018