The Park Theatre presents a very timely 10th-anniversary production of Clybourne Park, the razor-sharp satire from Bruce Norris about the deep-rooted politics that surround communities, race, and real estate. Clybourne Park is the winner of both the Olivier and Tony Award for 'Best Play' and also the Pulitzer Prize for author Bruce Norris.
The year is 1959 and a black family has bought a house on the inherently white Clybourne Street. Fast forward to 2009, and the very same property is now being rebuilt by a white family but the area is now populated predominantly by black families. Both cases cause uproar and deal with underlying prejudices that still exist in society today. Although Clybourne Park is written as an outrageous satire, it discusses the actual effects that racism, gentrification, and the general evolution of communities throughout the course of time.
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AddressClifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP
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