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  • A son brings his wife home to London to meet his family after a long absence abroad. Harold Pinter's masterpiece won the Tony Award and caused a sensation when it premiered in 1965 for its portrait of a most unusual family dynamic. Family secrets, sexual tension and long smoldering rivalries simmer beneath the surface as the play casts its hypnotic spell. One of the most influential plays of the twentieth century, The Homecoming builds to a conclusion that after nearly fifty years has lost none of its capacity to shock.