Fences by August Wilson (author of The Piano Lesson and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom), Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for drama, with an introduction by Lloyd Richards. "The strongest, most passionate American dramatic writing since Tennessee Williams." - The New York Post (an expressionist painting of a fence poses in the background)

Fences

by August Wilson Author

The classic play about African American struggles by August Wilson

From the spark of the Civil Rights movement, into the thick of it, Troy Maxson is forced to deal with the crushing ideology of a white America in the 50's and 60's. The pressures build and begin to control him as he grows more and more distant from his family.