This wonderfully acidic serio-comedy about race and real estate focuses on the story of one house separated by fifty years. In 1959, the prospect of a black family moving into the neighborhood creates uneasiness. Fifty years later, the fear of gentrification in the now, predominantly black neighborhood gives cause for new anxiety and reflection. This Pulitzer Award-winning play mirrors Lorraine Hansberry’s illustrious work, A Raisin in the Sun, bookending its story artfully.
[Contains mature language] 18+