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AUGUST WILSON'S
HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED 

Co-Conceived by Todd Kreidler
Directed by Kevin Jones
Produced in partnership with the August Wilson Red Door Project

In his one-man autobiographical play, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson takes us on a journey from his days as a young poet through the completion of his acclaimed American Century Cycle. Beautifully raw, poignant, and humorous, How I Learned What I Learned reveals the man behind some of the most celebrated plays of the twentieth century.


Cast

August Wilson - Victor Mack
Charles Grant - Understudy

Creative Team

Kevin Jones – Director
Tamera Lynn - Assistant Director
David Gallo – Original Scenic & Projection Designer
Daniel Meeker – Lighting Designer
Wanda Walden – Costume Designer
Dan Moses Schreier – Original Sound Designer
Elizabeth Rothan – Vocal Coach
David Levine – Stage Manager
Oluyinka Akinjiola - Choreographer
Rory Breshears - Projections Programmer
Matt Wiens - Sound Engineer
Jenn McIntyre – Assistant Stage Manager
Christian Andrews – Technical Director

SEPT. 21 – OCT. 23


TICKET Pricing

REGULAR (Tue - Sun) : $34.00
35 & UNDER (Tue - Fri) : $25.00
PREVIEWS (First Wed/Thu/Fri) : $19.00
RUSH (All Performances) : $20
INDUSTRY RUSH (All Performances) : $15
ARTS FOR ALL (All Performances) : $5

602 NE Prescott St.
Portland, OR 97211
Directions


SHOW SPONSORS:  Dave and Karen Johnson, Karen Fink

PRESENTING SEASON SPONSORS:  Harold Goldstein & Carol Streeter, Ronni Lacroute, Meyer Memorial Trust, James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, Oregon Arts Commission


Portland Playhouse receives support from the Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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