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Radio Golf

Everyman Theatre
315 W. Fayette St Baltimore

Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh's first black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family's legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community's history.

Thru - Nov 17, 2019

Wednesdays: 7:30pm
Thursdays: 7:30pm
Fridays: 7:30pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sundays: 2:00pm & 7:00pm

Price: $50 - $53

Box Office: 410-752-2208

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DC Metro Theater Arts - Recommended

"...Director Carl Cofield has significant talent in this cast and keeps them moving around the single set, absolutely crucial in a talky play in which all the dramatic action takes place offstage. The pacing of the show is brisk without seeming rushed."
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Cybele Pomeroy

MD Theatre Guide - Recommended

"...Pulling all the levers is Director Carl Cofield. The style with which he's charged this production is long on power, short on nuance, and his cast is every inch up to the level of gusto he and Wilson's script demand. Three of the five actors make their Everyman debuts: Charles Dumas as Old Joe is captivating while at the same time cloaks his character with a relaxed sense of natural peace; at times, resignation. As prodigal son turned wannabe Mayor Harmond Wilks, Jamil A. C. Mangan is a 100 mph tempest. Whether by means of Cofield's direction or his own performance style, Mangan doesn't mess around and doesn't ever bother moving in low gear. His voice is the kind of booming deep baritone that makes one want to pre-order tickets to his next Shakespeare production."
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Max Garner

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