History repeats: Vinegar Hill ushers in Charlottesville Players Guild’s season


Terésa Dowell-Vest says the time is right for a revival of Vinegar Hill, a play she premiered at Live Arts in 1999 to honor the residents of Charlottesville’s razed Black neighborhood. 

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