The Humans by Stephen Karam

"The Humans" is a play that explores the complexities of family dynamics and the human condition through the lens of a Thanksgiving dinner at a run-down New York City apartment. The narrative delves into the fears, hopes, and secrets of the Blake family as they navigate issues such as aging, illness, economic instability, and the search for connection in a modern world. Throughout the dinner, the family's interactions reveal the fragility of their relationships and the strength of their bonds, painting a poignant and often humorous portrait of contemporary American life.

The 10530th greatest book of all time


Published
2014
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Unknown

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