by Felicia Oduh
directed by Harry Lennix

This benefit reading is a part of Northlight’s Interplay New Play Development program, providing customized support for new work in the critical stages of early play development.

ABOUT THE PLAY: When Eric was leaving for college, he thought he and his friends had the world at their fingertips—until he was convicted of a crime he did not commit. Now, after 18 years away, Eric is finally home. And his mother is throwing him a party, whether he’s ready to celebrate or not. In Felicia Oduh’s new drama, one man struggles to reclaim the life he lost, while his family attempts to heal an age-old fracture.

Join us for a reading of this new drama while still in the development process!

  • View our premiere on Sunday, December 13 at 6:30pm and you’ll be able to join for a post-show Q&A with the playwright and director.
  • It’s not too late to sign up! Recordings of the performance and post-show Q&A are available through 6:30pm on Thursday, December 17.
  • Free with suggested donation, but registration is requested. Sign up here to receive a viewing link! (donation optional)

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Premiere plus 96 hours of on-demand viewing

This benefit reading is supported in part by: