By Stephen Karam
Directed by Pamela Berlin
Winner of the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play!
Brigid and Richard have moved into a shabby two-floor apartment in New York’s Chinatown just in time for Thanksgiving, and her family – mom, dad, sister and grandma – arrives from Scranton, PA to laugh, argue, and eat around the table. But also dished up are fears, real and imagined, experienced by many Americans dealing with life today. This uproarious comedy/serious drama is directed by Pamela Berlin (Clybourne Park, The Diary of Anne Frank, Between Riverside and Crazy).
“As entertaining as it is honest.” – The New York Times
“A truly remarkable and exceptionally moving play.” – Chicago Tribune
“The best Broadway show of 2016.” – Entertainment Weekly