Autumn

March 19, 2020

Synopsis

Written by Richard Wesley

By preeminent playwright, screenwriter & NYU professor Richard Wesley, Autumn tells the story of Franklyn Longley, a veteran big city mayor who is in line to become the first Black governor of his state. He suddenly finds his place in history threatened when his party decides to throw its nomination behind a dynamic young politician who is also Black and just so happens to be the Mayor’s protégé. This political drama explores the conflicts that arise when aspirations collide across a generational divide marked by sharply different political agendas.

Audience

PG-13/ Drama / Regional Premiere

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Location

The Ensemble Theatre
George W. Hawkins Main Stage

  • Previews: March 14, 15, 18
  • Opening Night: Mar 19, 2020
  • Runs: March 19th - April 12th
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