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After his wife’s death, retired cop Walter "Pops" Washington has made a home for his ex-felon son in his sprawling, rent-controlled, Riverside Drive apartment. Will a long-simmering feud with the NYPD cause him to lose his home and the family he’s built there?

The play was the winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast recording starring (in alphabetical order): Elisa Bocanegra as Church Lady; John Cothran as Pops; Seamus Dever as Lieutenant Carrow; James Martinez as Oswaldo; Ana Ortiz as Lulu; Larry Powell as Junior; and Emily Swallow as Detective Audrey O’Connor. Directed by Diane Rodriguez and recorded before an audience at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater in November 2017.

©2014 Stephen Adly Guirgis (P)2018 L.A. Theatre Works

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Relevant material. Great performance by Cothran.

I really enjoyed the story and twist at the end. Cothran has a great voice that I like to listen to. Had some funny moments amidst the intensity of the story.

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a bit funny

honestly I struggled to understand the true meaning behind this play. but it was a bit funny.