Clybourne Park: Pulitzer-Winning Comedy-Drama From Seattle Rep
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The last date listed for Clybourne Park was Sunday April 22, 2012 / 7:30pm (Preview).
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Lynn Kaufman
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What a disappointment! This play had nothing new to say and except for a couple moments in Act 2 and a poignant ending, it did not live up to its promise as a Pulitzer recipient. I was not the only one who thought so. The couple next to us left at intermission. As Oscar Wilde noted, "I didn't like the play, but then I saw it under adverse conditions -- the curtain was up."
by Bruce Norris
directed by Braden Abraham
A spin on Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, this razor-sharp new satire takes a jab at race and real estate in a Chicago neighborhood’s past and present. The play begins in 1959 as a black family moves into a white enclave. Act Two takes us back to the same house in 2009 as gentrification sets in and the roles are reversed.
About the Ticket Supplier: Seattle Repertory Theatre
One of the largest and most renowned regional theatres in the country, Seattle Repertory Theatre produces a mix of classic comedies, recent Broadway hits and cutting-edge new dramas in two theatre spaces.