BY DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU
DIRECTED BY JUSTIN EMEKA
SEPTEMBER 7 - 30, 2018
SYNOPSIS: Nina, a tough, independent woman in Brooklyn is visited by her estranged father, a former revolutionary in the Black liberation movement who seeks to mend their broken relationship. As father and daughter circle one another, deep-rooted wounds are discovered, generational differences exposed, and burning truths laid bare.
A smart, entertaining, and moving story about family, survival, and the nature of liberation that is both engrossing and explosive.
“[A] smart and bracing new play about two generations of urban outlaws struggling to stay afloat in the lower depths […] covers vast acres of social and political ground.”— The New York Times