February 18, 2016-February 21, 2016, 7:30-9:30PM; (Feb 18, 19, 20(2:00 & 7:30), 21(2:00))
A Tony-nominated drama about change, loss, and identity set in a boarding house in Pittsburgh during the 1920s. This hymn to the self presents Wilson at his poetic best, drumming the history of African American life in 20th Century America into our collective consciousness. OPENING NIGHT, THURS., FEB. 18: A special performance to benefit the Larry Leon Hamlin and Sylvia Sprinkle Hamlin / Urban League Endowed Scholarship at UNCSA. 6 p.m. reception, followed by 7:30 p.m. performance. The Hamlin Scholarship provides talented artists of color in UNCSA's schools of Drama and Design and Production an opportunity to further their training and education in the arts, through a beneficial partnership between UNCSA and the National Black Theatre Festival. SPECIAL EVENT PRICING (Opening Night Only): $100 per person (includes reception) To purchase tickets for the Opening Night benefit, contact the Advancement Office at 336.770.3332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.