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August Wilson's Seven Guitars
August Wilson's Seven Guitars

AIR DATE: March 12, 2012

Pittsburgh 1948.  A funeral held in the backyard of a tenement, where residents are mourning the death of a blues guitarist.  So begins August Wilson's play, "Seven Guitars."  The playwright won two Pulitzer Prizes for his writings on the African American experience in America.  The Nevada Conservatory Theatre will be performing "Seven Guitars" March 2-11 at UNLV's Judy Bayley Theatre.  We talk with the play's director and two cast members.
Christopher Edwards, director, "Seven Guitars"
"ranney," actor, "Seven Guitars"
Xulee Boone, actor, "Seven Guitars"
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