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Don’t Miss the IRT’s ‘Radio Golf’ By August Wilson
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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is proud to be the Community Conversations sponsor for post-show discussions for the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s production of Radio Golf.  The play is August Wilson’s last chapter in The Pittsburgh Cycle and final play written before his death. It centers on Harmond Wilks and Roosevelt Hicks, two prominent African American men in Pittsburgh trying to better their position in life. Wilks inherits a real estate agency from his parents, and with the help of Hicks, moves to redevelop a historic black neighborhood. However, complications arise that put a halt on the construction, as well as Wilks’ willingness to destroy part of his heritage. 

This thought-provoking play explores the socio-economic conditions of African Americans in the 20th century, and is complete with moments of subtle humor as well as gripping character development and drama. You will not want to miss out on the IRT’s performance and the Community Conversations, scheduled to take place after most performances.  There will surely be many questions and insights resulting from the performance, and we are proud to be a part of the discussion. 

Radio Golf is running now through Jan 29. For a complete description and list of performances, please visit the IRT’s website.

To learn more about Jim Reed and his practice, visit his profile.

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