From the Seattle Public Theater web site -
"Rich in spirit, poor in cash, William King wants his sons to have a better life. But as his health fails, the brothers come home to face tough decisions. Can they keep their sense of human and home intact?
Produced in association with The Hansberry Project
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton, featuring the acting talents of Corey Spruill (Theater Schmeater’s A Behanding in Spokane), Tyler Trerise (Taproot Theatre’s The Whipping Man), Troy Allen Johnson (SPT’s Superior Donuts), and Amber Wolfe (SPT’s The Violet Hour).