Hi Broadway fans,
I just wanted to let you know that the revival of one of August Wilson's most popular shows- Joe Turner's Come and Gone will begin playing on Broadway shortly. Performances begin on March 19, 2009.
This version of Joe Turner's Come and Gone is a new production by Lincoln Center Theater and is the second play installment that has been a part of August Wilson's(pictured to the right) ten play Century Cycle. The play is directed by Bartlett Sher.
Joe Turner's Come and Gone takes place in 1911 and tells us about a man named Herald Loomis and his life. After spending 7 years at "hard labor", Herald travels North to Pittsburgh with a young daughter along. They happen to settle at a local boarding house that is filled with several characters who help Herald in his search for inner freedom.
Right now you can contact a local Broadway ticket expert called Applause if you are interested in this Joe Turner's Come and Gone on Broadway. They can be reached locally in New York City at 212-307-7050 or toll free at 800-451-9930 seven days a week. If you need nice places to grab a bite before the show you can click here and checkout some Applause staff suggestions or just give them a call. They love talking about shows and dining out.
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