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Home

By Samm-Art Williams
Directed by Duane Boutte

February 27th, 2013 - March 17th, 2013

Produced to great acclaim off-Broadway in 1979 by The Negro Ensemble Company, "Home" transferred to Broadway, where it played for an impressive 288 performances and was nominated for two Tony Awards in 1980 (Best Play and Best Actor).  This brilliantly inventive, lyrically expressive play deals joyfully with the coming of age of a young black man, Cephus Miles, from rural North Carolina. From beginning to end, Cephus never loses his joyful goodwill, his indomitable spirit and the conviction that one day his quest for fulfillment with be rewarded.

Watch the HOME video trailer!


Information for Patrons

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WedThurFriSatSun
Feb 27
7PM$
Feb 28
7PM P
Mar 1
8PM P
Mar 2
2PM
8 PM  *
Mar 3
2PM
6:30PM
Mar 6
7PM$
Mar 7
7PM
Mar 8
8PM D
Mar 9
2PM
8PM
Mar 10
2PM SL
6:30PM
Mar 13
7PM$
Mar 14
7PM
Mar 15
8PM D
Mar 16
2PM L
8PM
Mar 17
2PM
6:30PM

$=Pay What You Can, P=preview, D=post show discussion, L=pre-show lecture, 
* = opening night reception, SL - American Sign Language interpreted performance

The Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center provides a variety of theatre services for patrons with special hearing, visual and mobility needs.  Requests for special seating should be made a minimum of 24 hours prior to arrival by calling 443-518-1500 so that we can reserve special seating.
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Special March 15th, After Show Discussion: Rep Stage artistic director Michael Stebbins, Rep dramaturg Lisa Wilde and HOME director Duane Boutté in conversation with Center Stage associate artistic director Gavin Witt and other Center Stage guests.

Lorraine Hansberry’s “Raisin in the Sun” debuted on Broadway in 1959, a turbulent time in American Civil rights history. The play’s success caused an explosion in American Black Theatre, inspiring generations of playwrights to tell their story. Tonight’s panel will examine the evolution of what Hansberry started- from the rural roots set forth in HOME by Samm-Art Williams, to the global reach of BENEATHA’S PLACE by Kwame Kwei-Armah, part of THE RAISIN CYCLE (in rep with CLYBOURNE PARK) to be presented by Center Stage in the spring. Join the conversation!


Approximate Running Time: 1 hour; 50 minutes; no intermission
Age Restrictions: 16 and up for language; adult situations
Special Effects: n/a
General Admission; yes

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Important Dates

Pre-Show Lecture: Friday, March 1, 2013 from 1- 2:30 (for Diversity Week) and Saturday, March 16th at 12:30pm - Free

Post-Show Talk Back: Friday, March 9th and 16th - Free

Post-Show Reception: Saturday, March 3rd, Following the 8:00pm Performance

Signed Performance: Sunday, March 10th at 2:00pm


Venue Information - Studio Theatre
General Admission

The Horowitz Center's Studio Theatre is a state-of-the-art venue designed for theatrical productions. Commonly referred to as a "Black Box Theatre", the space can be completely reconfigured to accommodate the specific set design and seating needs of any production - it's never the same place twice! Audiences of up to 250 patrons attend Rep Stage productions in this venue year-round.