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(L–R) Damon Gupton, Crystal A. Dickinson, Jeremy Shamos, and Annie Parisse in the Playwrights Horizons production of “Clybourne Park” at the Mark Taper Forum.

Photo by Craig Schwartz.

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Clybourne Park

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Jan 11 – Feb 26, 2012

Mark Taper Forum

Superb production. Biting satiric comedy…damnably enjoyable.

Winner! 2011 Pulitzer Prize and London's Olivier Award for Best Play!

Highest ratings from critics and audiences!

Jokes fly and hidden agendas unfold as two vastly different generations of characters tip-toe the delicate dance of social politics, pitting race against real estate at the crux of two seminal events—50 years apart—in the same north Chicago house.

Clybourne Park, the rich and darkly satirical 2011 Pulitzer Prize- and Olivier Award-winning comedy, is every bit provocative as it is entertaining.

The 1959 landmark drama A Raisin in the Sun provides a contextual center for Clybourne Park. The neighborhood and house the family aspires to purchase in A Raisin in the Sun is the setting for Clybourne Park.

Brilliant and versatile. Yes, it’s dangerous and provocative, but pulverizingly funny to boot

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Performance Length

2hrs, including a 15-min intermission.

Be Aware

Recommended for children age 13+

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