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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Freeman (1977, Broadway Theater)


This drama deals with the sad division between what a man hopes for and what he achieves. In the title role, Dick Anthony Williams (The Mack) portrays a naïve, ambitious, recklessly optimistic man who finds himself in difficulty because of his unrealistic hopes. Directed by Tony-winner Lloyd Richards ("Fences") , and featuring Oscar-winner Louis Gossett, Jr. (Carolina Skeletons). 


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