Yesterday’s performance felt like an epic moment in history. Not only did we have black Broadway royalty collaborating to produce Fences, August Wilson’s most famous play, but yesterday marked the 50th Anniversary of the historic March on Washington. Martin Luther King Jr and August Wilson were surely smiling down from heaven on The Greene Space of New York City, applauding everyone’s efforts. The work being done here is important. Fences is August Wilson’s most acclaimed masterpiece, and it is the show that garnered him the title of “Black Shakespeare.” No question, this high work of art is theatre (and black theatre) at it’s finest.