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See a Tony Award-nominated coming-of-age story return home to Broadway.
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Home on Broadway Tickets

About Home on Broadway

Samm-Art Williams's Tony Award-nominated play comes home to Broadway for the first time since its 1980 premiere. Roundabout Theatre Company presents the first revival of Home at the American Airlines Theatre, directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon. Get Home tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Once called a "road trip of the soul" by the Washington Post, the Home play follows the one man, Cephus Miles, on his quest to find a place to belong. When his sweetheart, Pattie Mae, marries another man and sets Cephus adrift, he sets off from the rural South to the urban North and back. The journey takes him through love, faith, war, jail, and change.

Home is Samm-Art Williams's only Broadway play and his second Broadway credit following his 1975 performance in The First Breeze of Summer. Williams's play was nominated for the Best Play Tony Award, and Charles Brown was nominated for Best Actor for his performance as Cephus.

Before Home's Broadway premiere, the Negro Ensemble Company staged the show in 1979, when it won Best Play at the Outer Critics Circle and Villager Awards.

The Home Broadway revival is one of many recent credits for director Kenny Leon. Since winning a 2020 Tony Award for directing the Best Play Revival A Soldier's Play for Roundabout, he's also staged the Tony-winning revival of Topdog/Underdog; Ohio State Murders starring Audra McDonald; and the critically acclaimed revival of Purlie Victorious with Leslie Odom, Jr.

Tickets to Home in New York are on sale now.

Run time

1hr 30min. No intermission.

Start date

May 17th, 2024

End date

July 21st, 2024


Plays, Drama, Broadway


Ages 15+.

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423 Reviews



770 Reviews | 424 Followers
Great writing, Great singing, Great acting, Exquisite, Absorbing

See it if A beautiful & authentic story of an African-American man who lived thru the segregated South & harsh North while being true to his beliefs.

Don’t see it if No negative comments.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

614 Reviews | 286 Followers
Great writing, Great staging, Great singing, Great acting, Delightful

See it if The all-star retro play,abt identity, racism,love&finding home,is performed by a superb cast,directed by a fabulous Tony win K Leon,*

Don’t see it if You don't appreciate an organic Afr-Am story retold in an ethnic Southern drawl.

Patrick M 4

Patrick M 4

1212 Reviews | 345 Followers
Confusing, Great singing, Great acting, Great staging, Great writing

See it if you'd like an actor in one man's story from segregation to new times with two stellar actresses playing multiple parts - bravo to all three.

Don’t see it if you are easily confused with a lot of fast talking, quick changes in roles and an overall fast pace of some heavy material.



302 Reviews | 105 Followers
Great acting, Dated, Absorbing

See it if A very well acted story about the dangers of leaning home

Don’t see it if Highly predictable and a saccharine ending

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Our Review

'Home' review — poignant play finds a new home 40 years after its premiere

06 Jun 2024, 01:30
Read our review of Home on Broadway, a Tony Award-nominated play by Samm-Art Williams now having its first revival, directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon.

Home on Broadway cast and creative team

By: Samm-Art Williams
Director: Kenny Leon
Producer: Roundabout Theatre Company
Cast list: Tory Kittles (as Cephus Miles), Brittany Inge (as Woman One/Pattie Mae Wells), Stori Ayers (as Woman Two)
Design: Arnulfo Maldonado
Costumes: Dede Ayite
Lighting: Allen Lee Hughes
Sound: Justin Ellington


227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036


Orchestra & Mezzanine levels fully accessible for those with mobility disabilities

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Show schedule

Day of weekMatineeEvening
Wednesday2:00 PM-
Thursday-7:00 PM

Frequently asked questions

What is Home on Broadway about?

Samm-Art Williams's Tony-nominated play comes home to Broadway for the first time since 1980. Follow a young man named Cephus Miles on his cross-country journey to find a place to belong in a rapidly changing world.

Where is Home on Broadway playing?

Home on Broadway is playing at Todd Haimes Theatre. The theatre is located in 227 West 42nd Street, New York, 10036.

How long is Home on Broadway?

The running time of Home on Broadway is 1hr 30min. No intermission.

What's the age requirement for Home on Broadway?

The recommended age for Home on Broadway is Ages 15+..

How do you book tickets for Home on Broadway?

Book tickets for Home on Broadway on New York Theatre Guide.

How much do tickets cost for Home on Broadway?

Tickets for Home on Broadway start at $75.

Who wrote Home?

Samm-Art Williams wrote Home. It is his only Broadway play, but he has an extensive body of work as an actor and screenwriter for shows like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and many more.

Who directed Home?

Kenny Leon directs Home on Broadway. It is the latest in a string of play revivals he directed, including the Tony Award-winning Topdog/Underdog and A Soldier's Play, Purlie Victorious, and Ohio State Murders.

Is Home appropriate for kids?

Home has not yet set an age recommendation. Please note that children 4 and younger are not permitted in Broadway theatres.

Is Home on Broadway good?

Home was a Tony Award nominee for Best Play and is a rarely revived gem. With an award-winning director at the helm, this revival promises to move all kinds of audiences with its story of self-discovery and the search for belonging.

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