April 5 - April 6
August Wilson’s Fences
Hosted by Grand Theatre London
471 Richmond St, London, ON, Canada
April 5 at 8 PM
April 6 at 2 PM
All great plays are about family. Set in Pittsburgh in the 1950s, a former baseball star now supports his family by working as a trash collector. The literal fence in the play is set in contrast to the poetic ones that Troy, his wife Rose, and his sons keep building up and trying to tear down. You’ll see why this is one of the most honoured plays of the American theatre, winning the Pulitzer Prize along with Tony and Drama Desk awards for best new play.
Open captioned performances. Wheelchair accessible seats are available on the main level. Accessible washrooms are located on all levels. Gender inclusive single transfer washrooms are available on the main level. Elevator access is available on all levels of the venue. Service animals welcome. Automatic door openers are available at the Richmond Street entrance. Designated accessible parking spaces are located in the surface lot behind the theatre, as well as multi-level parkades on Dufferin Avenue. More accessibility information is available on the Grand Theatre website.