Dive deep into a critically acclaimed theatrical experience of the evolving African American experience told through August Wilson’s play, Fences. Having made its big break on the big screen starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, it was recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the top films from 2016.
And now, you can see the story come to the stage tonight for cheap with 50% off tickets!
Head to the Umbrella Stage Company’s newest Black Box theater in Concord, Massachusetts to watch this profound story, a play that has won both Pulitzer and Tony Award come to life on stage.
August Wilson’s Fences follows the story of Troy Maxon as he goes through life as a former star of the Negro baseball leagues to becoming a garbage man in his hometown. His life’s story as a black man details his exclusion from the major leagues and how this segregation affects his relationships with his family, friends, but most importantly his son.
The story captures an important time in history with a family fighting to break through racial barriers and support each other with love, forgiveness, and compassion.
Viewers will connect deeply with all the ups and downs of emotions throughout this memorable performance.
Save Big on Tickets
Boston on Budget readers enjoy 50% off ticket costs when using this link to make your purchase through Goldstar. Tickets are just $21 each for this award-winning play. A special deal, not to be missed for an incredible and unforgettable performance of a deep story in a brand new Black Box theater.
The show starts at 8 pm, tonight — Saturday, November 23.
The Umbrella Center for the Arts is located at 40 Stow Street Concord, MA 01742.
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