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A few weeks ago, I had a conversation with a talented theatre-maker that brought up a question I was blindsided by—why do we even bother doing old plays? As classic plays go, The Piano Lesson isn't that old—it premiered in 1987 and earned August Wilson his second Pulitzer Prize in 1990.
As the lights come up on Doaker Charles' modest Pittsburgh home (a set built by William Bloodgood), the titular instrument sits far stage left, intricately carved, polished to a high gloss, and loaded as a gun in a Chekhov play. During his residency in Seattle, Wilson developed a special relationship with Seattle Rep, which remains one of the few theatres to have staged the cycle in full. Wilson's writing weaves poetry into the rich humor of everyday language, like gold thread glinting from thick tapestry. So diametrically opposed are Berniece and Boy Willie that it takes an otherworldly deus ex machina to bring this play to its somewhat abrupt conclusion. Lessons In Your Home is looking for Piano teachers to teach private music lessons in student's homes.
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Specific Areas We Travel to are: Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Lynnwood, Redmond, and Issaquah. When so much older work is so abysmally dated as to be offensive, why don't we forge ahead by focusing on the groundbreaking work being born around us?
It takes place in 1936, during the great migration that sent north countless African-Americans, including members of the Charles family, to escape the Jim Crow south. Within minutes, Doaker's nephew Boy Willie has barged into the room and brought with him the ostensibly simple argument at the center of the play: He's come from Mississippi to sell the heirloom piano, so he can buy the land their family worked as slaves (on the market after the untimely, unlikely death of the white landowner).
Etched into the instrument is generation upon generation of the suffering the Charles family has lived through.
Director Timothy Bond (also artistic director of Piano Lesson co-producer Syracuse Stage) has a long track record as a talented interpreter of Wilson's work, and this is no exception. It's the fourth play in Wilson's Century Cycle (or Pittsburgh Cycle): 10 plays, one set in each decade of the 20th century, chronicling 100 years of the African-American experience.
His sister Berniece, who brought the piano north with her after the early death of her husband, has no intention of selling. Berniece and Boy Willie's great-grandfather was a slave who carved the wood himself—after his own wife and child were traded away for the instrument by his owner. As Boy Willie, Stephen Tyrone Williams is the explosive center of this play, but Berniece's (Erika LaVonn) wrought-iron reserve is more than a match for his rash, single-minded stubbornness.


We are looking for great attitudes and positive teachers who believe lessons can inspire students to love music. Steve Smith’s Birthday Celebration At Columbia City TheaterCome Celebrate The Seattle Drum School and founder Steve Smith’s Birthday! Their father later died taking the piano from the white family that still owned it, and for 17 years after their mother polished it with her blood and her tears.
I've seen The Piano Lesson several times in my life, and each time it's resonated at a different emotional frequency, because my life, my experience, is always different.
The Piano Lesson, a brilliant production of which opened last night at Seattle Repertory Theatre, is exactly that.
Garey William Big Band Drumming ClinicJoin us for a Garey Williams Big Band Drumming Clinic on Saturday, December 5th at 3:00pm at the Seattle Drum School Georgetown.



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Comments to «Seattle piano lessons for adults»

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