It's 1969, and change is in the air. But for Memphis Lee, the owner of a rundown diner in a struggling Pittsburgh neighborhood, the civil rights movement takes a back seat to more immediate problems. His diner has been slated for demolition as part of the city's urban renewal plan, but he has a competing offer from a predatory businessman. Caught between idealism and brutal reality, Memphis struggles to determine the fate of the place where his customers have gathered for decades to share their struggles, hopes and dreams. Now, Philadelphia's Arden Theatre Company presents Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson's humorous and potent portrait of African-American life in the '60s. Experience the play Variety called "perfection."