The Final Stretch...
Mr. Jackson's work is reminiscent of Lorraine Hansberry in its true-to-life
naturalism, and also of Carson McCullers in its quiet moments of emotional
BROKE-OLOGY is about the King family who have weathered the hardships of life and survived with their love for each other intact. The father lives in the house the boys grew up in. He's alone, but he maintains his allegiance with their mother in his own way. When the brothers are called home to take care of him, they find themselves strangely at odds.