Is God on vacation in Miami?
It certainly seems that way to Cephus Miles, who wonders if anyone is looking out for him in a world gone mad. Cephus loves the land and wants nothing more than to stay at home in Cross Roads, North Carolina, but fate has other plans in mind. Lost love and lost freedom eventually draw Cephus up north, where the big city just might eat him alive before God ever returns his call.
Home was originally produced by the Negro Ensemble Company at St. Marks Playhouse in 1979, and that production transferred to Broadway in 1980 for an eight-month run that received a Tony nomination for Best Play.
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