A Raisin in the Sun

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Project  D.A.T.E.
Direct Access Theatre Experience
Feb., 11, 2012 at 2pm

Performance Length

2hrs and 27mins

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Recommended for ages 16+

Children 6 and under who may cry or fidget are never admitted.

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Show your ticket to get 15% off all food and drinks at the Ugo, café, bar and wine bar.

OVERVIEW

“…changed American Theatre forever.”

-  The New York Times

The acclaimed Ebony Repertory Theatre production comes to the Douglas

Now —some 50 years later— A Raisin in the Sun is every bit as potent, poignant and intrepid in this triumphant revival directed by Phylicia Rashad.

A life insurance policy becomes a catalyst that will forever transform the lives of an African-American family living on the south side of Chicago, as they consider buying a house in Clybourne Park.

Their shared dream of a better life collides with conflicting aspirations, betrayal, and racism.

This classic shines an unflinching spotlight on America's struggle to overcome its past. It pays tribute to those courageous enough to shape a future filled with an abiding faith in the fundamental decency and unlimited capacity of the human spirit.

In her Los Angeles directorial debut, Phylicia Rashad (who won the 2004 Tony Award® for Best Actress for A Raisin in the Sun) brings heart, soul and a flawless cast to a production the L.A. Times says “seems more timely with each passing decade.”

There’s more to the story!

A Raisin in the Sun at the Douglas and the 2011 Pulitzer Prize-winning Clybourne Park at the Mark Taper Forum are a perfect pairing.

Read our Insider Views by Pier Carlo Talenti, CTG Resident Dramaturg/Literary Manager

Check out great discounts with all our Culver City partners!

Ovation AwardedBest Play (Large Theatre)
Featured Actress in a Play (Deidrie Henry as Ruth Younger)

Sunday Afternoon Complimentary Wine Tasting

Come Early. Stay Late! On Sunday, January 29 we invite you to join us in the Lounge for a complimentary Wine Tasting.

The tasting will begin immediately following the 1 PM matinee and continue until shortly before the 6:30 PM evening performance and it is open to all audience members attending the matinee and evening performances on that day. What better way to wrap your weekend?

Eat, drink and be social

The Lounge | Kirk Douglas TheatreThe Lounge opens one hour before show time, serving drinks and eats  from Culver City's culinary stars. Step into the Lounge after the show to hear our resident DJ's spin the coolest grooves and join the cast and crew for  cocktails and conversation. When the applause dies down, your night continues  at Culver City's hottest late-night spot. Open late nights Fri-Sat.

Note: FREE covered parking at  Culver City Hall, after 6pm weeknights,  all day weekends. Enter on Duquesne Ave.

CREDITS

  • By
    Lorraine Hansberry
  • Directed by
    Phylicia Rashad
  • Scenic Design
    Michael Ganio
  • Costume Design
    Ruth E. Carter
  • Lighting Design
    Elizabeth Harper
  • Sound Design
    Bob Blackburn
  • Wig and Hair Design
    Carol F. Doran
With
  • Kenya Alexander
  • Keith Arthur Bolden
  • Brandon David Brown
  • Kevin T. Carroll
  • Jason Dirden
  • Diedrie Henry
  • Amad Jackson
  • Scott Mosenson
  • Kem Saunders
  • Kim Staunton
  • Ellis E. Williams

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