The last and, alas, probably the least of August Wilson's monumental 10-play cycle about the black experience in each decade of the 20th century. The poetry and mythic resonances of his earlier plays here have devolved into a fairly mundane social "problem play": will a politically ambitious real estate developer tear down a historic neighborhood house to make way for a new shopping and apartment complex? Still, even substandard Wilson is better than most standard Broadway fare.
Tony Outlook: Little chance, unless they call it a lifetime achievement award.
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