If any play belongs on the list of top 20th-century dramas along with the works of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller, this is the one. Lorraine Hansberry depicts the African-American Younger family as torn by internal dissension, but trying nonetheless to find a good home in white racist Chicago. Lena is the wise matriarch, Walter her desperate son, Beneatha the progressive thinker, and Ruth the tired peacemaker contemplating an abortion. When Lena receives a $10,000 life insurance check, hopes and worries multiply. Can the money buy the family a way out of the ghetto? Directed by Ron Bobb-Semple, the cast features Brittney Bellamy, Matthias Donaldson, Josh Goff, Rico Gordon, Tia Jemison, Don Johnson, Peter Konowicz, Robert Richards and Cassandra Small. Text contributed by Mark E. Leib.