The Tony Award Winning Play!
The house in Clybourne Park (still a segregated neighborhood in the late 1950s) is the very one that the Younger family was set to move into at the end of “A Raisin in the Sun.” The play’s first act is set in a recently sold middle-class house in Chicago in 1959; the second act takes play in the same house (which has recently resold) in 2009.
“…hilarious and audacious…” – the New York Times.
Directed by Mark Robokoff
Created by JCargile
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Anchorage, AK 99501
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