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African-American playwright August Wilson’s ‘Jitney,’ a masterful, tension-filled play about a group of independent taxi drivers, is performed by the local theater group Portland Playhouse, Jan. 22 through Feb. 16 at the Winningstad Theater, downtown.

African-American playwright August Wilson’s ‘Jitney,’ a masterful, tension-filled play about a group of independent taxi drivers, is performed by the local theater group Portland Playhouse, Jan. 22 through Feb. 16 at the Winningstad Theater, downtown.

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August Wilson’s ‘Jitney’ Opens

Portland Playhouse presents its fifth production from August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle: Jitney, a masterful, tension-filled play about a group of independent taxi drivers in a well-worn livery cab station in the mid-1970s.