The contemporary American experience, in all its vigor and complexity, takes center stage this season at Palm Beach Dramaworks in downtown West Palm Beach. Producing Artistic Director William Hayes planned a 2022-23 season that featured two Pulitzer Prize-winning plays, a Pulitzer finalist and a world premiere.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning “August: Osage County,” runs from March 31 – April 16, a harrowing and hilarious comic drama about a middle-class Oklahoma family. Hayes directs. The season concludes with another Pulitzer Prize-winner, “Topdog/Underdog,” May 26 – June 11, and is directed by Be Boyd. It’s the story of a pair of African-American brothers, both in their thirties, who were abandoned as teenagers by their parents and are caught in an endless struggle to survive.
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