Bruce Norris’s Pulitzer Prize-winning response to Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun takes on the ongoing conversation about race and gentrification with a biting wit. Set in the same house in two different decades, fifty years apart, Clybourne Park is an unforgettable, spiky satire that asks us to consider what makes a neighborhood home, and how it can be preserved.
by Bruce Norris
“Vital, sharp-witted and ferociously smart.”
“A theatrical treasure…Indisputably, uproariously funny.”
“A savagely funny and insightful time bomb.”
“Funny as hell…The theater shakes with gales of laughter.”
Join us for the first performance of Clybourne Park and literally pay whatever you’d like! Tickets go on sale at the Liberty Theatre box office one hour prior to the performance. There are no reserved seats. Simply buy your ticket, find a seat and enjoy the show. If you’d prefer to reserve your seats, you may also purchase your tickets at full price for this performance.
Part of the BIG IDEA project This Land is Whose Land?
Clybourne Park is generously sponsored by Carol & Len Harlig, Marcia & Don Liebich and Big Wood Landscape.
Company of Fools’ 22nd season sponsors are Anonymous, The Shubert Foundation, Carr Foundation, Linda & Bob Edwards, Kenneth Lewis, Scott Miley Roofing, Priscilla Pittiglio, Mary Ann & John Underwood, Barbara & Stanley Zax and media sponsor The Weekly Sun.