NET Playhouse: Season 2, Episode 18

Home (11 Feb. 1968)

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"Home" is playwright Megan Terry's tale of overpopulation. Set in an Orwellian-type future, the play focuses on nine people forced to live together in an elevator-size room.

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"Home" is playwright Megan Terry's tale of overpopulation. Set in an Orwellian-type future, the play focuses on nine people forced to live together in an elevator-size room.

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The television production written by David Storey was recreated at the Morosco Theater in New York on November 17, 1970, ran for 110 performances and was nominated for the 1971 Tony Award for the Best Play. John Gielgud, Dandy Nichols, Ralph Richardson and Mona Washbourne recreated their original roles. John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Mona Washbourne were nominated for Tony Awards for their acting performances. See more »

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