Marshall Anderson, chair
Linda Marx, academic department associate
written by Bruce Norris
directed by Jim Butchart
Act one takes place in 1959, Act two in 2009. Fifty years apart but the concerns are still the same. This outrageously funny play shows what the effects of race and real estate can have on a community. The location, Clybourne Park, once made famous by Lorraine Hansberry's play A Raisin in the Sun, makes a new appearance in Bruce Norris's acclaimed play Clybourne Park which won a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award for Best Play.
Audience Advisory: play contains adult themes and language that some individuals may find offensive.