Mending Fences, by Norm Foster, is light-hearted comedy about a father, Harry, and a son, Drew, who meet again after thirteen years without contact. Harry's friend Gin tries to help them mend their somewhat strained relationship. Her efforts include getting them to play on the same hockey team together, with unexpected results.
Set in a farmhouse in rural Saskatchewan, Foster uses flashback scenes to delve into past events that shaped their relationship. As the play unfolds, they discover that they have more in common than they realized.