The year is 1910, the middle of the Great Migration that saw hundreds of thousands of African Americans, most of them the descendants of freed slaves, head North in search of better lives. Holly's boardinghouse in Pittsburgh welcomes these men and women, offering them a temporary place to call home. One of them is Joe Loomis, a mysterious man searching for his wife. Joe Turner's Come and Gone, a Tony-nominated historical drama, is part of August Wilson's 10-play cycle chronicling the experience of African Americans in the 20th century This production from the Theatre School of DePaul University unfolds at the Fullerton Stage.
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