MET offers August Wilson play

Posted by Bob Evans
February 2019
Next on the MET stage….
The sixth in the author’s decade-by-decade exploration of the black experience in America, the 1995 Pulitzer Prize finalist Seven Guitars is part bawdy comedy, part dark elegy, and part mystery.
In the backyard of a Pittsburgh tenement in 1948, friends gather to mourn for a blues guitarist and singer who died just as his career was on the verge of taking off. The action that follows is a flashback to the busy week leading up to Floyd’s sudden and unnatural death.
February 21- March 10
Special Events
Facebook LIVE “Meet the Talent”
Tune in to our Facebook page this Saturday, Feb 16th for an interview with the cast and directing team of August Wilson’s “Seven Guitars”.
InSight- hosted by Dr. Scott Cox
Friday, March 1st at 7pm
Join our resident scholar, Dr. Scott Cox and his guests for an in-depth discussion of August Wilson, the Pittsburgh Cycle, and MET’s production.
Sign up for Spring Classes!
Assoc. Artistic Director Todd Lanker is back, with more knowledge to share!
CLICK HERE for more information
Make Believe:
A Course in Better Acting
March 12th-14th, 9am-12pm
For Grades 6-8
March 12th-14th, 1pm-4pm
For Grades 9-12
2 Contrasting, 16 Bars:
Building a General Audition
March 15th-17th (Weekend Intensive)
For ages 13+

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