Written by Paris Crayton III, who plays Tyree, the play features strong, in-your-face language, many tense and violent moments, and most importantly, a bevy of powerfully honest emotional confrontations. Secrets get spilled as the three brothers fight and make-up, each one trying to outdo the other two with tales of their own unhappy and painful childhoods.
Kirk D. Henry as Chris and Robb Douglas as Shane complete the fine cast in this extremely satisfying and potent production. —Al Krulick
3 Hill Productions (Atlanta, GA)
Warnings: Violence, Adult language, simulated drug use
Run Time: 75 minutes
Genre: Drama, Comedy
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