Doubt, A Parable: Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winner at Gloucester Stage
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One of America's most celebrated playwrights, Fences was arguably August Wilson's greatest work. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama -- as well as Tony Awards for Best Play and, decades later, Best Revival of a Play -- Fences is a powerful drama that tells the story of Troy Maxson. A former star of Negro League Baseball who now makes a living as a garbage man in 1957 Pittsburgh, Maxson is a man consumed with frustration concerning the color barrier that kept him from being a success in Major League Baseball. As he struggles to provide for his family, their relationships -- infected by bitterness -- suffer. A truly significant American play, the New York Post once hailed it as "one of the richest experiences I have ever had in the theatre." Learn More
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This is a great idea for a "date" night. Eventhough, it is a serious subject matter, there were a lot of funny moments. It was very well acted. There are a lot of great restaurants around there to go to before the show. On a side note, this is...continued
This riveting morality play about events that may or may not have taken place in a 1964 Bronx convent and refectory comes to Gloucester in a production starring Elliot Norton Award winner Nancy E. Carroll of Gloucester Stage Company’s Collected Stories and My Old Lady, and Lewis D. Wheeler from A.R.T.‘s _No Man’s Land.
By John Patrick Shanley (“Moonstruck”)
Directed by Eric C. Engel