There was a slight melancholy in the air as the audience ushered into The Greene Space for the 10th and final installation of the August Wilson Cycle as recorded by New York Public Radio. Over the last month, many proud and dedicated theatre artists have gathered to celebrate the work of this late great playwright. For years to come, audiences will be able to appreciate the genius of this unsung hero.
If Indira Etwaroo’s face seems familiar to you, it means you have been following along with us over the past month! Ms. Etwaroo has introduced nearly every August Wilson Cycle live stream since the end of August. A fellow Guyanese (!), Dr. Indira Etwaroo has worn many hats over the years. She is an educator, artist, scholar, and currently serves as the Founding Executive Producer of The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. I had the pleasure of interviewing her via phone a couple of weeks ago, Continue reading
Last night was a blast! The Greene Space was small enough to be intimate, but large enough to not feel cramped. People of all shades sat in the audience in anticipation of the first recording in August Wilson’s Century Cycle-Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.