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WHO: Fulton County Arts & Culture in partnership with Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company

WHAT: The Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture’s Southwest Arts Center invites you to see “Two Trains Running” Directed by Latanya Richardson Jackson and Written by August Wilson.

In 1969, the Hill District of Pittsburgh is gentrifying while the regulars at a popular local diner grind out an existence against the backdrop of a turbulent world.  Memphis Lee looks to prevent the demolition of his restaurant in the face of a municipal project while across the street, Mr. West, the local funeral director, has more business than he can handle.  It takes a newcomer named Sterling – a young convict with a heart that lives up to his name – to change the rules of the game.  Unknowingly, the regulars take up a fight that carries them head on into the Civil Rights Movement.  “Two Trains Running” is an inspiring story about the protest that changed a nation. 

WHEN: February 12, 2013 – March 10, 2012
Tickets can be purchased by calling: 1-877-725-8849 or by visiting TicketAternative, Two Trains Running.
WHERE: Southwest Arts Center 
 915 New Hope Road
 Atlanta, GA  30331

WHY: The arts are essential to the quality of life of our citizens and to the economic and social health of our communities.  The mission of the Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture is to insure all citizens’ access to the arts.  Fulton County Arts & Culture operates four arts centers whose collective goals are to encourage creativity in communities, make the arts accessible, and provide arts opportunities for traditionally underserved populations.
For more information on the Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture please call the main office at 404.612.5780 or visit www.fultonarts.org.



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