August Wilson’s “How I Learned What I Learned” performed for first time ever in Pittsburgh

16 Mar

How I Learned What I LearnedFrom Genea L. Webb:

“Written a few years before his passing, “How I learned What I Learned” gives audiences a glimpse into [August Wilson’s] poverty-filled life in the Hill District as a young poet. All the stories are set in Pittsburgh in 1965. It was the brain-child of Wilson and his former assistant, Todd Kreidler. It was the final play that Wilson penned before his death in 2005. Ironically, Wilson performed the show solo in 2003 in Seattle where he lived at the time.”

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