August Wilson

Only a “tight-knit” circle of friends and his team were aware of the actor’s diagnosis.
Amongst all the pageantry, the façade, the capitalism, it is always nice to see some humanity. Better yet, to see it win.
“We deserve to be in the canon, in the center of any narrative, and that’s what August [Wilson] did."
How do you begin to review a play that deserves a thesis of its own? August Wilson's 1983 play, Fences, is weighty work. In its current two hours and forty minutes iteration it seems to question, almost exhaustively, the range of universal themes.