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Full cast announced for Roundabout revival of ‘Home’

The first Broadway revival of the Samm-Art Williams play will open in June.

(L-R) Stori Ayers, Tory Kittles and Brittany Inge will star in Samm-Art Williams’ “Home” on Broadway (Credit: Andre D. Wagner)

Complete casting has been revealed for “Home.” The previously announced revival of Samm-Art Williams’ drama will begin previews on May 17 and open on June 5 at the newly renamed Todd Haimes Theatre. Directed by Kenny Leon, the play is scheduled for a limited run through July 21.

The three-person cast will include Tory Kittles in the role of Cephus Miles, Brittany Inge as Woman One/Pattie Mae Wells and Stori Ayers as Woman Two.

“Home” will mark a return to Broadway for Kittles, who garnered his first Main Stem credit as an understudy in 2010’s “A Behanding in Spokane.” Kittles is currently featured as detective Marcus Dante in the CBS/Universal series “The Equalizer.” His other television credits include Eric Broussard in “Colony” and Laroy Wayne in “Sons of Anarchy.”

Inge is known to television audiences for playing Ashley James on “The Ms. Pat Show” and Crystal Garrett on “Boomerang,” both of which are BET Plus series. “Home” will mark Inge’s Broadway debut.

While “Home” will feature the Broadway acting debut of Ayers, she is no stranger to the Main Stem, having served as associate director of 2022’s “Skeleton Crew” by Dominique Morisseau. Ayers originated the role of Raylynn in both the Pennsylvania State University and New York City premieres of “Blood at the Root,” also by Morisseau.

Set in rural North Carolina, “Home” chronicles Cephus Miles’ search for belonging and a sense of home as his beloved Pattie Mae leaves their small town for college and marries another man. The Roundabout production is the first Mian Stem revival of “Home.” The original production opened in 1980, earning a Best Play Tony Award nomination. 

“Home” is being produced by Roundabout Theatre Company, under the leadership of interim artistic director Scott Ellis.