Winner of four Jeff Citations, including Best Play, Best Ensemble and Best Director.
New York's 21st Squadroom is a never-ending parade of shoplifters, burglars, reporters, paranoids, con artists, slick lawyers and angry victims. Navigating this chaos, Detective James McLeod trusts nothing more than his ability to know a criminal when he sees one. But when his pursuit of a suspect uncovers a secret within his own home, McLeod's black-and-white world starts to come apart.
One of the most influential American plays of the 20th Century, Sidney Kingsley's classic cop drama gave rise to the genre of the police procedural, serving as a model for such classic television as Hill Street Blues and Homicide.