Hattiloo Goes For the "Fences" 

I possess a fairly reliable recipe for making an August Wilson play. To begin, you take Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and paint it black. Then you take the wholesome, all-American backyard setting of Miller's All My Sons, wreck it, and move it to the slums of Anytown, USA ...

Read Chris Davis' review of Hattiloo Theatre's production of Fences.

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