Clybourne Park

Mainstage Theater

Written by Bruce Norris
Directed by Pam MacKinnon

In 1958, a white family moves out.  In 2008, a white family moves in.  In the intervening years, change overtakes a neighborhood.  Bruce Norris’s pitch-black comedy takes on the issues of gentrification in our communities, leaving no stone unturned in the process.

Crystal A. Dickinson
Brendan Griffin
Damon Gupton
Christina Kirk
Jeremy Shamos
Annie Parisse
Frank Wood

Scenic Designer: Dan Ostling
Costume Designer: Ilona Somogyi
Lighting Designer: Allen Lee Hughes
Sound Designer: John Gromada
Production Stage Manager: C.A. Clark

Photos of (1) Christina Kirk, Jeremy Shamos, Annie Parisse, Brendan Griffin, Damon Gupton, and Crystal A. Dickinson; (2) Damon Gupton, Crystal A. Dickinson, Annie Parisse, and Jeremy Shamos; (3) Christina Kirk and Frank Wood; and (4) Damon Gupton and Crystal A. Dickinson by Joan Marcus.



Tim Sanford and Bruce Norris

Bruce Norris: I’m not sure ANGELS IN AMERICA is that important. I certainly don’t think the plays I write are very important. ANGELS came and went in a cultural moment and it excited a lot of people, and it probably led to other things like Will and Grace, but I don’t know if it’s “important.”