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They're keeping August Wilson's legacy alive

His 'dream team' brings 'Radio Golf' to the Huntington

By Catherine Foster
Globe Staff / September 8, 2006

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Director Kenny Leon was riding in a cab to the Huntington Theatre, where he was about to start work on August Wilson's ``Radio Golf." He passed the Colonnade Hotel . Suddenly, he had a flashback of talking and laughing with the playwright in front of the hotel during the last show they worked on together, ``Gem of the Ocean." (Full article: 954 words)

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