typical American family, hard working parents with bickering teenagers. Their interactions
are humorous as they deal with common everyday issues. The civil rights and the
anti Vietnam War movement are the main topics of the play. Through inspiring
music, powerful poetic expressions and rhythmic dancing, the play captures the
imagination and brings the audience back in time. Hopkins
Back in the Day pushes boundaries, has a strong vision, voice and perspective with a compelling uniqueness. The play is sure to educate as will as entertain.