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About The Piano Lesson

August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson rumoured to open in London’s West End in 2023.

Are you ready to be transported to the world of the Charles family in 1936 Pittsburgh? August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize Winning play The Piano Lesson is a powerful and poignant exploration of family, history, and the African American experience.

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What's the story of The Piano Lesson?

In this award-winning play, siblings Boy Willie and Berniece are at odds over a piano that has been in their family for generations. Boy Willie wants to sell the piano to buy land, while Berniece believes it should be kept as a family heirloom. As they struggle to come to a resolution, they must confront the legacy of slavery and its impact on their family.

Filled with rich, complex characters and a gripping plot, “The Piano Lesson” will leave you thinking long after the curtain closes. Don’t miss your chance to see this masterpiece of American theater! Get your tickets now.

Who is in the cast of The Piano Lesson?

The London cast is to be announced. 

The Broadway production starred Samuel L Jackson, John David Washington and Danielle Brooks.

Who are the creative team of The Piano Lesson?

Written by August Wilson, The Piano Lesson is directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson.

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