The year is 1972, and Ray Haskins is the proud owner of a south side bar passed down to him from his late father. However, between the neighborhood gang squeezing him for protection money, the mysterious Vietnam vet he just hired, and dealing with his own personal demons, Ray may find himself in a fight for survival of his most prized possession.
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Chicago Reader - Highly Recommended
"...One 4 the Road, veteran actor and MPAACT company member Leonard House's debut play, directed by Runako Jahi, draws the specificity of time, place, and character with remarkable economy in a narrative that's heartbreaking and familiar—in other words, the essence of nostalgia. In combination with a pitch-perfect cast that develops each character's particular sheen in relation to the others, this play is rich in its sense of humans and history."
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