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  • Opening Night:
    December 9, 2008
    Closing:
    January 4, 2009

    Theater: Signature Theatre / 555 West 42nd. St., New York, NY,

    Synopsis: 

    Leaving behind his family's farm in North Carolina, Cephus Miles seeks refuge and prosperity in the North. Three actors portray more than twenty-five characters over the course of Cephus's epic journey from adolescence to adulthood, spanning the 1950's through the Vietnam War and Civil Rights eras. Samm-Art Williams' critically acclaimed work is a wonderfully theatrical tale of one man's struggle to stay true to himself amidst a rapidly changing and turbulent America.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Home

    A Cast of 3 Populates the South in ‘Home’

    Charles Isherwood

    December 9, 2008: "For Cephus Miles, the hero of Samm-Art Williams’s play “Home,” life’s road is rough, circuitous and long. But it eventually circles back to just where it began, amid the tobacco fields of North Carolina that he tended as a boy. Cephus learned early to “love the land, the soft beautiful black sod,” and he never stopped missing its feel in his fingers when fate tore him away from his roots and threw him into the buffeting winds of history."

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