Deep in the bayou, Oshoosi Size reaches out to his brother after being released from prison in a passionate drama about freedom & belonging
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The Play: Tarell Alvin McCraney’s innovative drama about the unbreakable bonds of brotherhood follows Oshoosi Size as he reaches out to his older brother after being released from prison, a tale that incorporates West African Yoruba myths and dance.
The Playwright: tapped early on as a talent to watch, McCraney earned a MacArthur Genius grant in 2013.
The Reviews: the New York Times called The Brothers Size a drama “pumped full of a sense-heightening oxygen that leaves you tingling… a major new voice in American theatre.”