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Clybourne Park (play)

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  • Lusty party never gets into full swing

    Lusty party never gets into full swing
    REVIEW: "The Qualms" from Steppenwolf Theatre Company ★★½ A world premiere black comedy asks: Why do married, or otherwise committed, couples go to sex parties?
  • 'A Raisin in the Sun' actresses discuss play's stark resonance

    'A Raisin in the Sun' actresses discuss play's stark resonance
    In a Broadway season in which revivals have eclipsed new plays it was still a surprise that the American drama that spoke most urgently to our time was Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun." Much has changed since the work first appeared on...

    With attendance, revenue up, Center Stage extends Kwei-Armah's contract

    With attendance, revenue up, Center Stage extends Kwei-Armah's contract
    Five months before Kwame Kwei-Armah's initial three-year contract as artistic director of Center Stage was to expire, the board of directors has extended this tenure through June 2018. The company's managing director, Stephen Richard, who started in 2012,...

    Extra shows for Theatre Downtown's 'Clybourne Park'

     Extra shows for Theatre Downtown's 'Clybourne Park'
    Theatre Downtown is presenting additional performances of its current offering, "Clybourne Park," this Thursday and Friday, Feb. 6-7. Bruce Norris's show won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the best-play 2012 Tony Award. It Here's the quick rundown of the...

    A different take on racial issues and real estate at Next Theatre

    A different take on racial issues  and real estate at Next Theatre
    Had Lorraine Hansberry's Younger family from "A Raisin in the Sun" wanted to move quietly into Clybourne Park, they could have engaged in a practice that informs another play about race and real estate, Kirsten Greenidge's "Luck of the Irish." Described...