WINNER - TONY AWARD FOR BEST NEW PLAY (2016)Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter's lower Manhattan apartment. As darkness falls, tensions reach a boiling point, and the unspoken pressures facing the Blake clan simmer to the surface. Winner of four 2016 Tony Awards, including Best New Play, Stephen Karam's breakthrough comedy-drama is a scorchingly funny and frighteningly timely snapshot of a family caught in the wake of a changing nation.
★★★★/4 "A very funny play...
as exciting and unsettling as the original in New York"
- THE GLOBE AND MAIL
★★★/4 "The actors shine...
there are moments of pathos and beauty as well as humour"
- TORONTO STAR
★★★★★/5 "Brilliant... a must-see production...
a funny, dramatic and deeply humane play"
- NOW MAGAZINE
- Bluma Appel Theatre
- Run Time: 105 minutes (no intermission)
WRITTEN BYStephen Karam
DIRECTED BYJackie Maxwell
SET & COSTUME DESIGNERJudith Bowden
LIGHTING DESIGNERMichael Walton
SOUND DESIGNERMatthew Skopyk
ASSITANT DIRECTORBrenley Charkow
STAGE MANAGERAndrea Schurman
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERAl Gadowsky
PHOTO CREDITEpic Photography
Alana Hawley Purvis