Ritual and reality intertwine in the sparkling, award-winning debut play by Oscar-winning writer of Moonlight Tarell Alvin McCraney.
The African-American working class meets Yoruba mythology when the Brothers Size reconnect after a spell in prison.
Bijan Sheibani directs the long-awaited revival of this deeply moving fable about the rarely spoken bond between brothers.
The story is a whirlwind...
Tarell Alvin McCraney’s theatrical debut can’t outshine Moonlight, but it reminds you of his talent for fabulation.
Magical and bracing portrait of southern masculinity.
It’s incredibly stylish and wonderful...