Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his family from Scranton, Pennsylvania to celebrate Thanksgiving at his youngest daughter’s apartment in Lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex, the Blakes’ deepest fears and greatest follies begin to go bump in the night. Humor, compassion, and the sting of reality creep through the cracks as the family wrestles with anxieties modern and eternal. This masterful work by Steven Karam defines the modern American classic.
Best Play, 2016 Tony Award
Performance on the MARGOT AND ROBERT OGDEN MAIN STAGE
Rating: PG-13 for mature themes and topics