Clybourne Park: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Comedy-Drama Set in Chicago
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The last date listed for Clybourne Park was Sunday November 13, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Steppenwolf Downstairs Theatre
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Performances were excellent. Great cast. The play is well written (no wonder it won awards). Raises important questions and doesn't offer any simple solutions. If you remember Hansberry's Raisin in the Sun and want to see what another playwright imagines is the reason the owners sold their house to the Youngers and what happened in Clybourne Park for a couple of generations afterwards, you owe it to yourself to see this play.
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Fabulous acting, direction and production values. Playwright Bruce Norris' best script to date--not sure it, as a Pulitzer-price winner, stacks up against Letts' August: Osage County, either dramatically or thematically. Personally, I found the...continued
Steppenwolf Theatre Company kicks off its 2011/12 season with Bruce Norris’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play Clybourne Park directed by ensemble member Amy Morton and featuring ensemble member James Vincent Meredith with Karen Aldridge, Cliff Chamberlain, Stephanie Childers, Kirsten Fitzgerald, John Judd and Brendan Marshall-Rashid.
On two separate afternoons, 50 years apart, a modest bungalow on Chicago’s northwest side becomes a contested site in the politics of race. September 1959: Russ and Bev are moving out to the suburbs. They’ve inadvertently sold the house to the neighborhood’s first black family and ignited a community showdown. September 2009: the neighborhood is ripe for gentrification and the house is again changing hands. This time to a young white couple with plans for demolition and a knack for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. In a provocative nod to A Raisin in the Sun, longtime Steppenwolf collaborator Bruce Norris takes a hilarious look at what happens when home becomes a battleground.
Bruce Norris won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Clybourne Park. His other works at Steppenwolf include A Parallelogram, The Unmentionables, The Pain and the Itch, We All Went Down to Amsterdam, __Purple Heart and The Infidel__. An ensemble member since 1997, **Amy**** Morton**’s** **many Steppenwolf directing credits include__ American Buffalo__, Dublin Carol, The Weir, The Pillowman, __Love-Lies-Bleeding __(also Kennedy Center) and __Glengarry Glen Ross __(also Dublin and Toronto).