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Clybourne Park

Closed September 2, 2012

Spanning the years between 1959 and the present, Clybourne Park looks at how Americans' attitudes toward race and class have evolved - or not.

Why See Clybourne Park?

A white community in 1950's Chicago frets about the African-American family about to move in. Fast-forward to the present day, and the same house represents very different demographics. Climbing through the looking-glass of Lorraine Hansberry's classic A Raisin in the Sun, these contemporary characters explode into caustic comedy to reveal how far our ideas of race and gentrification have changed - or have they?

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Dates

Previews from: 26 March 2012

Opening night: 19 April 2012

Run time

Two hours and five minutes, which includes an intermission

And before you stop reading

Time Change: Sunday - July 8@ 2pm

Cast and Creative

Cast

Crystal A. Dickinson
Brendan Griffin
Damon Gupton
Christina Kirk
Annie Parisse
Jeremy Shamos
Frank Wood

Creative

Director: Pam MacKinnon
Written by: Bruce Norris
Scenic Design: Daniel Ostling
Costume Design: Ilona Somogyi
Lighting Design: Allen Lee Hughes
Sound Design: John Gromada

Awards

TONY AWARDS 2012

Best Play Author: Bruce Norris

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