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This year for Thanksgiving, the Blake family gathers in a new Chinatown apartment shared by daughter Brigid and her boyfriend: a typical housing space for New York, cramped with people and all the compassion, cares, and consternation they bring with them. This "delirious tragicomedy" (Chicago Sun-Times) by talented young playwright Stephen Karam encapsulates what we all dread most about the holidays and the pressure to present our best selves to the people who mean the most to us. The intricate dialogue and delicate interactions weave a beautifully despondent family portrait, revealing the true depth of each individual's anxiety – a nature that is, desperately and accurately, human.