Raelle Myrick-Hodges

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Dear White People: TWO TRAINS RUNNING is not a play about race

A critic evaluating TWO TRAINS RUNNING is not an anthropologist studying another culture through their artifacts.

U.R. as Sterling and Johnnie Hobbs, Jr. as Memphis in Arden Theatre Company’s production of Two Trains Running. Photo by Mark Garvin.

TWO TRAINS RUNNING (Arden): 1969, Pittsburgh

August Wilson is a really good playwright. That’s hardly a bold critical statement, but it’s one confirmed by this vivid production at Arden Theatre Company.