Creative and Performing Arts Center: Show - SEPTEMBER WILSON'S FENCES

Fences by August Wilson

New Dates:

September 16, 17, 22, 23, and 24

$30.00 Adults
$25.00 Military with ID
$12.00 Students/Seniors 65+

Groups of ten (10) or more can purchase tickets for $20 per person. Contact Shennell January to obtain Group Code:

sjanuary.capac@gmail.com or (703) 595.5972

Play Synopsis

Set in 1957, just before the start of the Civil Rights Movement, FENCES takes place during a time when organized baseball is finally integrated, but racial discrimination remains widespread. FENCES’ protagonist, Pittsburgh sanitation worker Troy Maxson, once dreamed of a baseball career but was too old when the major leagues began admitting Black athletes...

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A special thanks to our 2023 Full STEAM Ahead: Theater Robotics Summer Day Camp Sponsors. They are AWS InCommunities, SPARK (The Education Foundation for PWCS), The Cecil and Irene Hylton Foundation, Inc., The Colgan Community Arts Benefit Fund, Delegate Luke Torian, Mike Garcia Construction, First Energy, NOVEC, Nandos Peri-Peri, Duck Donuts, Prince William Parks, Recreation, and Tourism, Prince William Arts Council.

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