Clybourne Park

2014-2015 SEASON


Clybourne Park (2014)

Winner of both the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, in addition to the Olivier Award and the Evening Standard Award, Clybourne Park is a response to Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun". The first act, set in 1959, is from the perspective of the white family moving out of the neighborhood, and the neighbors' concerns regarding an African American family moving in. The second act takes place 50 years later, during which time the Clybourne Park neighborhood has changed significantly, and a white family has decided to move into the house. Hailed by The New York Times as a "strong, ferociously smart play", it is both funny and provocative in dealing with issues of race and real estate.

The Cast

Role Actor
Karl/Tom Peter Horn
Bev/Kathy Gloria Lamoureaux
Betsy/Lindsey Christine Laydon
Jim/Steve Scott Tyler
Russ/Dan Gordon Wiener
Francine/Lena Tasha R. Williams
Albert/Kevin Brandon A. Wright

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Production Team

Production Role
Producer Leslie Williams Ellis
Director John A.C. Kennedy
Stage Manager Allie Warshaw Shearman
Asst. Stage Manager Joëlle Bochner
Set Design Roy Pancirov
Scenic Artist Andrea Sickler
Costume Design Beverly Wand
Lighting Design Richard Hennessy
Sound Design Joe DeVico
Props and Set Decoration Letitia Lum