"Actors Talk August" presented by August Wilson HouseMonday, October 18, 2021 @ 8:15 PM - 9:30 PM
Streamed on City of Asylum’s Virtual Channel. (70 minute run-time) *please note 8:15 pm start time*
August Wilson House celebrates America’s greatest playwright with substantial insider interviews, usually streaming on the first and third Monday of each month.
Featured are leading August Wilson actors, directors and artists, national and regional, interviewed by Chris Rawson, veteran Pittsburgh Post-Gazette theater critic who chronicled Wilson’s career and became a friend. The goal is to capture the memories, anecdotes and insights of those who know Wilson’s epic American Century Cycle from the inside.
Kim Sullivan is a veteran actor, one of the few who have completed their own August Wilson American Century Cycle, appearing in all 10 plays. That achievement was mainly at the American Stage, a LORT theater in St. Petersburg, Florida, but Mr. Sullivan also acts all over the country and in foreign tours, as well. He has a lot of August Wilson insight and connection with many Wilsonian Warriors, expressed in a lively way.
Each previous edition can be viewed via the links below:
August Wilson House (AWH) is Wilson’s Hill District childhood home at 1727 Bedford Ave. It is being restored as an arts center that will promote his artistic and cultural legacy while nurturing the artists of the future. Although the restoration won’t be finished until 2022, AWH is already sponsoring a wide range of programs including the annual Hill District Block Party/Community Festival, backyard productions in collaboration with Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, AWH Fellowships in collaboration with Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh, August in the Schools (debuting this fall), several oral history projects and other programs centering community engagement.