Jitney

Jitney

A Play in Two Acts

Book - 2002
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"Regular cabs will not travel to the Pittsburgh Hill District of the 1970s, and so the residents turn to each other. Jitney dramatizes the lives of men hustling to make a living as jitneys--unofficial, unlicensed taxi cab drivers. When the boss Becker's son returns from prison, violence threatens to erupt. What makes this play remarkable is not the plot; Jitney is Wilson at his most real--the words these men use and the stories they tell form a true slice of life."--The Wikipedia entry, accessed 5/22/2014.
Publisher: New York ;, London :, Samuel French,, [2002]
ISBN: 9780573627958
0573627959
Branch Call Number: 812.54 W691j2 2002
Characteristics: 80 pages ; 18 cm

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