There's a good new play in the Dowling Studio at the Guthrie Theater: The Brothers Size, written by young playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney. We attended opening night this past Saturday.
The story centers around the relationship of two brothers, last name Size, African-American, living in the bayou country of Louisiana. The younger of them is recently out of prison, trying to adjust back to freedom but still having nightmares of the horrors of prison. It's intense, sometimes funny, sometimes musical. Excellent acting. Just 90 minutes total -- but you'll be entertained, and you'll find yourself caring.