November 20, Tuesday8: Vince Guaraldi sang the song "Little Birdie", as well as writing and playing the music! In its first couple of broadcasts of the show, ABC edited out 3 minutes and 40 seconds:
Table of Contents Plot Summary Fences is divided into two acts. Act One is comprised of four scenes and Act Two has five. The play begins on a Friday, Troy and Bono's payday.
Troy and Bono go to Troy's house for their weekly ritual of drinking and talking. Troy has asked Mr. Rand, their boss, why the black employees aren't allowed to drive the garbage trucks, only to lift the garbage.
Bono thinks Troy is cheating on his wife, Rose. Troy and Rose's son, Cory, has been recruited by a college football team.
Troy was in the Negro Leagues but never got a chance to play in the Major Leagues because he got too old to play just as the Major Leagues began accepting black players.
Troy goes into a long epic story about his struggle in July of with death. Lyons shows up at the house because he knows it is Troy's payday.
Rose reminds Troy about the fence she's asked him to finish building. Cory and Troy work on the fence. Cory begs Troy to let him play because a coach from North Carolina is coming all the way to Pittsburgh to see Cory play.
Troy refuses and demands Cory to get his job back.
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Act One, scene four takes place on Friday and mirrors scene one. Troy has won his case and has been assigned as the first colored garbage truck driver in the city. Bono and Troy remember their fathers and their childhood experiences of leaving home in the south and moving north.
Cory comes home enraged after finding out that Troy told the football coach that Cory may not play on the team. Troy warns Cory that his insubordinance is "strike one," against him.
Troy bails his brother Gabriel out of jail. Bono and Troy work on the fence. Bono explains to Troy and Cory that Rose wants the fence because she loves her family and wants to keep close to her love.
Troy admits to Bono that he is having an affair with Alberta. Bono bets Troy that if he finishes building the fence for Rose, Bono will buy his wife, Lucille the refrigerator he has promised her for a long time.
Troy tells Rose about a hearing in three weeks to determine whether or not Gabriel should be recommitted to an asylum. Troy tells Rose about his affair. Rose accuses Troy of taking and not giving. Troy grabs Rose's arm.Table of contents for Go sound the trumpet!: selections in Florida's African American history / edited by David H.
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