Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (2 yr. Acting / all Stage Management)
Performances take place at the Lyric Hammersmith, W6 0QL
It's 1959 and - despite their neighbours' protestations - Bev and Russ are desperately trying to sell their house in up-market Chicago suburb, Clybourne Park, to a black family.
Fast-forward to 2009 and Clybourne Park is an all-black neighbourhood in the process of gentrification. Now it is a white couple, Steve and Lindsay, who must jump through social and bureaucratic hoops to buy the house.
Winner of the 2011 Laurence Olivier Award for best new play, Bruce Norris's provocative comedy pushes marital and racial tensions to breaking point and back again.
Booking Information Details
The last performance of this production was on 5 June 2013.
There are no further scheduled performances.
|Bev, Kathy||AMY MARCHANT|
|Jim, Tom, Kenneth||BRYAN MORIARTY|
|Albert, Kevin||EKOW QUARTEY|
|Betsy, Lindsey||HELEN COLES|
|Russ, Dan||TOM FORBES|
|Francine, Lena||UMI SHAKTI|
|Karl, Steve||WILL GREEN|