The Black Rep's Jitney Takes Us Where We Need to Go

A review of August Wilson's play set in a late-1970s Pittsburgh taxi station

By Eileen G'Sell

In a timeworn taxi station, its walls trimmed parakeet green, two men argue over a game of checkers. A rotary telephone hangs on the left wall; to the right of the door hangs a blackboard with a list of drivers’ names...

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