Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, the story of an African-American family's clashes, which lead to genealogical revelations, a startling and violent climax, and a hopeful denouement.
A family drama in which sibling rivalry and intergenerational strife mirror relevant contemporary issues in African-American culture. An African-American family journeys to mend old wounds. The family is awaiting the arrival of the eldest son 3-J's release from prison. Ultimately it is his family member's who are truly freed from past regrets, secrets and untold truths. An homage to August Wilson
"This play takes the audience into the realities of life in America in its reflection of the African-American experience of the Johnson family...I recommend theatregoers to see this play before the festival ends. It will help to change the minds of those people who fuss unnecessarily while they have everything going good for them in their lives."