THE HOMECOMING by Harold Pinter
Winner of the 1967 Tony Award for Best Play, THE HOMECOMING by Nobel laureate Harold Pinter, exposes issues of sex and power and challenges the place of morals in family life. In an old and slightly seedy house in North London there lives a family of men. Into this sinister abode comes the eldest son, Teddy, who, having spent the past six years teaching philosophy in America, is now bringing his wife, Ruth, home to visit the family she has never met. As the play progresses, Teddy’s younger brothers make increasingly outrageous passes at their sister-in-law in a dangerous game of one-upmanship, ultimately relinquishing control to Ruth in a theatrical turnabout that has left audiences stunned for more than 40 years.