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Harvey Williams

Director

Radio Golf

KC MeltingPot Theatre

Aishah Ogbeh

as Mame Wilks

Jerron O’Neal

as Roosevelt Hicks

Lewis Morrow

as Sterling Johnson

Robert Coppage

as Harmond Wilks

Melonnie Walker

Assistant

Director/Dramaturg

Warren Deckert

Set/Lighting Designer

Robert Crone

Set Dresser

Theodore (Priest)

Hughes

as Elder Joseph Barlow

Dishaun Phillips

Assistant Stage

Manager

Dennis Jackson

Board Operator

Marica Davis

Costumer

Morgan Cole

Stage Manager

NEWS/ARTICLES RADIO GOLF

Radio Golf Cast/Crew

As the final installment in August Wilson’s American Century Cycle, Radio Golf uncovers the internal conflict of the black middle-class in pursuit of the American dream.  The story follows Harmond Wilks, a real estate mogul and emerging mayoral candidate, who is committed to rebuilding the historic Hill District.  Harmond believes his commercial development plan will revive the neighborhood.  But can he maintain the community’s improvement and its integrity?  Or will the Hill District’s progress collide with its past?

Harvey Williams

Director

Radio Golf

KC MeltingPot Theatre

Jerron O’Neal

as Roosevelt Hicks

Lewis Morrow

as Sterling Johnson

Robert Coppage

as Harmond Wilks

Theodore “Priest”

Hughes

as Elder Joseph Barlow

Dennis Jackson

Board Operator

Morgan Cole

Stage Manager

Melonnie Walker

Assistant

Director/Dramaturg

Aishah Ogbeh

as Mame Wilks

Robert Crone

Set Dreser

Dishaun Phillips

Assistant Stage Manager

Marica Davis

Costumer

KCMelting Pot TheatreAll Rights ReservedMade by WebDebSites

Warren Deckert

Set/Lighting Designer

News/ Articles Radio Golf

Radio Golf Cast/Crew

As the final installment in August Wilson’s American Century Cycle, Radio Golf uncovers the internal conflict of the black middle-class in pursuit of the American dream.  The story follows Harmond Wilks, a real estate mogul and emerging mayoral candidate, who is committed to rebuilding the historic Hill District.  Harmond believes his commercial development plan will revive the neighborhood.  But can he maintain the community’s improvement and its integrity?  Or will the Hill District’s progress collide with its past?