Clybourne Park

Clybourne Park Broadway


CLYBOURNE PARK

Category:Play, Comedy, Drama, Original, Broadway
Number of Performances: 157
Number of Previews: 27
First Preview : Mar 26, 2012
Opening Night : Apr 19, 2012
Closing Night : Sep 2, 2012
Opening Night Cast
Crystal A. Dickinson (Francine/Lena)
Brendan Griffin (Jim/Tom/Kenneth)
Damon Gupton (Albert/Kevin)
Christina Kirk (Bev/Kathy)
Annie Parisse (Betsy/Lindsey)
Jeremy Shamos (Karl/Steve)
Frank Wood (Russ/Dan)

WALTER KERR THEATRE

219 West 48th Street



2012 Tony Award Winner for Best Play!

OVERVIEW

Clybourne Park is a “vital, sharp-witted and ferociously smart” (Ben Brantley, The New York Times) new play about race, real estate, and the volatile values of each that has won nearly every major theatre award, including the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, the 2011 Olivier Award for Best New Play, and the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Clybourne Park explodes in two outrageously funny yet piercingly observant acts set 50 years apart. Act One takes place in 1959, as nervous community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to the Youngers, the fictional black family depicted in A Raisin in the Sun. This intersection with historical fiction continues in Act Two, which is set in the same house in the present day as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification. Honored, acclaimed and completely hilarious, Clybourne Park has quickly become Broadway’s hottest ticket.

‘Since America elected its first black president, the conversation on race has turned just as loopy as the hilarious and audacious Clybourne Park.’ - New York Magazine

REVIEWS & AWARDS

AWARDS

‘Since America elected its first black president, the conversation on race has turned just as loopy as the hilarious and audacious Clybourne Park.’

- Frank Rich, New York Magazine

Ferociously smart! A vital, superlative production of the sharp-witted, sharp-toothed Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy.”

– Ben Brantley,The New York Times

A theatrical treasure! Indisputably, uproariously funny.”

Entertainment Weekly

“A savagely funny and insightful time bomb!”

– David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

“Funny as Hell! The theater shakes with gales of laughter.

– Elisabeth Vincentelli, NY Post

The Best Play of the year is also the funniest.

FOX 5 News

AWARDS

2012 Tony Award®

  • Best Play
  • CREDITS

    Opening Night Production Credits
    Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (Jordan Roth: President; Paul Libin: Executive Vice President; Jack Viertel: Senior Vice President)
    Produced by Jujamcyn Theaters (Jordan Roth: President; Paul Libin: Executive Vice President; Jack Viertel: Senior Vice President), Jane Bergère, Roger Berlind/Quintet Productions, Eric Falkenstein/Dan Frishwasser, Ruth Hendel/Harris Karma Productions, JTG Theatricals, Daryl Roth, Jon B. Platt and Center Theatre Group (Michael Ritchie, Artistic Director; Edward L. Rada, Managing Director; Douglas C. Baker, Producing Director); Produced in association with Lincoln Center Theater (André Bishop: Artistic Director; Bernard Gersten: Executive Producer)
    Originally produced by Playwrights Horizons (Tim Sanford: Artistic Director, Leslie Marcus: Managing Director)
    Written by Bruce Norris
    Directed by Pam Mackinnon; Assistant Director: Kimberly Faith Hickman
    Scenic Design by Daniel Ostling; Costume Design by Ilona Somogyi; Lighting Design by Allen Lee Hughes; Sound Design by John Gromada; Hair and Wig Design by Charles LaPointe; Associate Costume Design: Jessica Wegener-Shay; Associate Lighting Design: Xavier Pierce; Associate Sound Design: Chris Cronin; Associate Hair Design: Leah Loukas; Assistant Lighting Design: Miriam Crowe; Moving Light Programmer: Jeremy Wahlers
    Executive Producer: Red Awning; General Manager: Bespoke Theatricals; Company Manager: Heidi Neven
    Production Manager: Aurora Productions; Production Stage Manager: C.A. Clark; Stage Manager: James Latus
    Press Representative: O&M Co.; Casting: Alaine Alldaffer; Advertising: Serino/Coyne; Digital Outreach & Website: Serino/Coyne; Marketing: Serino/Coyne

    Opening Night Cast
    Crystal A. Dickinson (Francine/Lena)
    Brendan Griffin (Jim/Tom/Kenneth)
    Damon Gupton (Albert/Kevin)
    Christina Kirk (Bev/Kathy)
    Annie Parisse (Betsy/Lindsey)
    Jeremy Shamos (Karl/Steve)
    Frank Wood (Russ/Dan)

    Understudies: Brandon Dirden (Albert/Kevin), Carly Street (Betsy/Lindsey, Bev/Kathy), Greg Stuhr (Russ/Dan), Richard Thieriot (Jim/Tom/Kenneth, Karl/Steve) and April Yvette Thompson (Francine/Lena)

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