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Late Playwright August Wilson's Work Lives On

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Late Playwright August Wilson's Work Lives On

Performing Arts

Late Playwright August Wilson's Work Lives On

Late Playwright August Wilson's Work Lives On

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The Tony Awards, the premier honors in the world American theater, will be broadcast this weekend on CBS. Among the big nominees, the current production of late writer August Wilson's play, "Joe Turner's Come and Gone."

Two of the production's nominees — actor Roger Robinson and director Bartlett Sher — discuss their work, the message behind the production and the legacy of playwright August Wilson.

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