PAST Productions Columbus presents Ceremonies In Dark Old Men by Lonne Elder II June 2,3, 9, & 10 for 6 shows only at The Columbus Performing Arts Center. … Continue reading CEREMONIES IN DARK OLD MEN by Lonne Elder II June 2-10 2017
PAST Productions Columbus is honored to be nominated for four Theatre Roundtable awards. Excellence in Direction – Play Patricia Wallace-Winbush – Two Trains Running, Excellence in a Lead Role – Play (Male) Tony Roseboro – Two Trains Running, Oustanding Ensemble in a Play Two Trains Running, Outstanding Production of a Play-Two Trains Running. The awards will be held on Sunday January 29 at The Jewish Community Center 1125 College Center, Columbus, Oh 43209. Tickets available at http://www.theatre-roundtable.org/
The 2016 August Wilson Festival was amazing.
Along with our festival partner The Short North Stage we were both artistically and critically successful.
We look forward to producing great shows in 2017.
The 2016 August Wilson Festival concludes with Radio Golf at the Garden Theatre Green Room. 1187 N. High St. Columbus, Oh 43201. Thursday- Saturday December 15-17 at 7 PM and 2 PM on Saturday December 17. Tickets are $20 and available at the door and online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2601738
PAST Productions Columbus is proud to present the final play in August Wilson’s American Century Cycle RADIO GOLF. December 1-17 at the historic Garden Theater 1187 N. High Street Columbus Oh 43201. RADIO GOLF is set in 1997 Pittsburgh. Real Estate Developer and mayoral candidate Harmond Wilks is faced with supporting the gentrification of the neighborhood, or maintaining the traditions of the past.
Directed by Truman Winbush, Jr. The cast includes Tony Roseboro, Demia Kandi, Vincent Mason, Scott Porter and Clarence Glover.
Tickets are on sale at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2601738 and at the door.
Please support our 2016 August Wilson Festival Partners The Short North Stage
A staged reading. August Wilson’s searing play, set in the 1980s, tells the story of King Hedley, an ex-con peddling stolen refrigerators in the feeble hope of making enough money to open a video store. Perhaps Wilson’s darkest work, King Hedley II shows the shadows of the past reaching into the present as King seeks retribution for a lie perpetrated by his mother regarding the identity of his father. “Grand [with] some of the finest monologues ever written for an American stage, speeches that build gritty, often brutal details into fiery patterns of insight…. You may feel the scorch of lightning.” – The New York Times.
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|Thursday, November 17||8:00pm|
|Friday, November 18||8:00pm|
|Saturday, November 19||8:00pm|
|Sunday, November 20||3:00pm|