Commissioned by New Haven Arts & Humanities Co-Op High School during a yearlong playwright residency.
Constitution Ave. place on the front porches of two homes in the city.
A group of ol' folks lament the changing neighborhood.
Two cops search for stolen property.
Some white private schoolers try to "save the hood."
A squad of teenagers protect their home and each other from a country that does not view them as people.
A play about home, love, and finding peace in world of oppression and violence.
"All that sky and you still smiling. Ain't that magic? Ain't fighting? Ain't that home?"
April 2015: Produced at New Haven Arts & Humanities Co-Op High School (dir. Robert Esposito)