Talking Around the Back Porch: Stories on August Wilson

A conversation with Constanza Romero and Harry J. Elam, Jr.

The late American playwright August Wilson, whose Tony and Pulitzer prize-winning play Fences premiered at the Yale Repertory Theatre, is legend for his depiction of the African-American experience in the 20th century.

This dialogue between Wilson's wife Constanza Romero and Wilson scholar Harry J. Elam, Jr. will discuss his life and his art, and engage his famous ten-play history cycle.

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