Synopsis: If the government declares the Hill District blighted, federal money will be made available for re-development. Can the money be legally diverted to buy a radio station and cash in before the tax laws granting favorable status to minority owners are repealed? If inner city kids learn to play golf can they reach the middle class as adults? And what will happen to Aunt Esther's house? The tenth and final play of August Wilson's lauded cycle about the African-American experience in each decade of the 20th century.
Original Run: April 22, 2005 - May 15, 2005, Yale Repertory Theatre (Connecticut)
Pictured: James A. Williams (left) and Richard Brooks, photo by Carol Rosegg