The MET scores with August Wilson’s beautifully written “Gem of the Ocean”

Fine performances — deeply felt, charismatic, Shakespearean — are what you take away from Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre’s affecting production of “Gem of the Ocean,” the ninth drama in August Wilson’s historic cycle of plays depicting African-American life in each decade of the 20th century. Give Karen Paisley, the MET’s artistic director, credit for staging the […]

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