Sharon J. Willis’ Atlanta-based Americolor Opera and Theater Arts “House of Brothers” stage play entertains through powerful untold tales of emotional turmoil, comedy and triumph. Patrons experience an Atlanta storyline relatable across gender, cultural and geographic boundaries with an assorted cast of characters revealing the explosive dynamics that occur when four men of different perspectives find themselves residing under the same roof. Rufus Jackson Birdsong, Sr. resides in the Adamsville community and is a father who has lived a full spectrum of life from a free and wild youth to a respected church going patriarch. Tensions build as his three sons attempt to relate brother to brother and son to father while the country is looking to elect its first ever black president. Some observers describe it as a powerful, artfully produced storytelling experience with a great perspective on manhood, brotherhood and blended families.