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Clybourne Park

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By Bruce Norris

Director - Lindsay Posner
Sound Designer - Benjamin Grant
Dialect Coach - Rebecca Gausnell
Movement Coach - Vanessa Ewan
Voice Coach - Claudette Williams
Costume Supervisor - Tash Prynne
Dresser - Kate Peacham
Production Manager - Shaz McGee
BA (Hons) Acting Course Leader - Nick Moseley

Creative Team
Lighting Designer - Ebbe Rodtborg-Lauriten, BA (Hons) Theatre Practice
Assistant Director - Jian Heng Dominic Chan, MFA Actor Training & Coaching
Designer - J. Childe Pendergast, MFA Scenography

Production Team - BA (Hons) Theatre Practice Students
Assistant Production Managers - Edward Callow & Amy Newall
Stage Manager - Lisa Pleass
Deputy Stage Manager - Liv Hancock
Assistant Stage Managers - Meredith Lewis & Holly Mackenzie
Chief Electrician - Daniel Heywood
Deputy Chief Electrician - Megan Curson
Production Sound Engineer - Amber Carey
Dresser - Esme Lowrey
Props Buyer - Suzie Dubowski

Performed by BA (Hons) Acting working alongside students from the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice

Thanks to Alan Butler, William Edwards, Jemima Thompson-Vidal.

Download the Clybourne Park programme (pdf)


In 1959 a white couple are about to sell their house in the exclusively white Chicago suburb of Clybourne Park to a Black family, creating a storm of protest from the other residents. Fifty years on, in this now diverse neighbourhood, the same house is being sold by its Black owners to a white family who plan to demolish it and rebuild, in a regentrification process that will ultimately price Black families out of the area again. The times have changed, but are the underlying attitudes really any different?

Inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s ground-breaking A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park had its UK premiere at the Royal Court in 2011. 

By arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

Approximate running time: 2 hours with an interval.


  • Wednesday 27 November, 7:30pm
  • Thursday 28 November, 7:30pm
  • Friday 29 November, 2:30pm & 7:30pm
  • Saturday 30 November, 2:30pm & 7:30pm


Embassy Theatre, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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NB: Tickets are non-refundable. Please check in with the box office 15 minutes prior to the start of the show where you will receive an entrance token.

Proof of eligibility is required for all concessionary rate tickets.

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is fully wheelchair accessible, please speak with our box office team on 02077228183 if you have any further enquiries.


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Event price

Tickets: £10/ £5 concessions. Complimentary tickets: industry and associated professionals

Event dates

27 Nov 2019 - 7:30pm to 30 Nov 2019 - 7:30pm

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