Called "ferociously smart" by The New York Times and "uproariously funny" by Entertainment Weekly, Clybourne Park is the most acclaimed play of the decade — winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play. In two acts set 50 years apart, the same Chicago bungalow sits at a volatile intersection of race and real estate, initially in 1959 with its sale to the neighborhood's first black family, and then in 2009, during the first wave of role-reversing gentrification. While the stakes have changed, the debate remains strikingly familiar in this razor-sharp satire.
"Brilliant ... dangerous and provocative, but pulverizingly funny to boot." – Variety
Advisory: Clybourne Park is recommended for adults and older teenage audiences. It contains adult themes, racial conversations and strong adult language. Please contact the Box Office if you have questions or require additional information.