August Wilson's 10-play dramatic cycle encompassing each decade of the 20th century has been rightfully lauded for its scope and ambition, a life's work of audacious greatness combining sustained inspiration with dogged determination. But while Wilson earned his canonization with immeasurable sweat and toil, let's not put his bust in a musty hall of fame quite yet. His work is still breathing fire, and thrashing about with life-filled restlessness, a point that Penumbra makes quite urgently with... More >>>