The powerful drama Broken Fences takes place on Chicago's West Side, where property taxes are rising as gentrification takes hold. Hoody and D, a pair of longtime natives, struggle to hang on to the only home they've ever known. But when April and Czar -- a white couple eager to start family -- move in next door, the change in their neighborhood becomes impossible to ignore. Exploring themes of identity, individuality and racial disparity, Broken Fences is an honest and subtly humorous look at the modern American urban village, a place where divergent paths and varying backgrounds are meeting to create new definitions of home and community. See for yourself at the Road on Magnolia in North Hollywood.
This show contains strong language.
Approximate running time is two hours with one 15-minute intermission.