How do you design a reading? That was the question when Kenny Leon, who was to lead the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' month-long celebration of the works of August Wilson, met with set designer David Gallo, costume designer Reggie Ray, lighting designer Allen Lee Hughes, and composer Dwight Andrews. They comprised his design team for an unprecedented mounting of all ten of Wilson's plays exploring the African-American experience of the 20th century, decade by decade. Each ...

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