A play about two teenage homeless brothers might not send you out of the theater racked with hysterical laughter, but it also wonA.,ªt choke you with platitudes, blindfold you with fantasy or numb you to the reality that is America or, for that matter, Richmond. A.,ª�"Charcoal Street,A.,ªVbCrLf the new play by George Wythe High School theater teacher and director of the African American Repertory Theatre Derome Scott Smith, premieres this month at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center. It continues as part of the 52nd Festival of the Arts at Dogwood Dell. Shows run June 19-21 at 8:30 p.m. at Dogwood Dell. Free. 646-DELL or www.africanamericantheatre.org.