Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Ringplay Season 2016: Clybourne Park April 14-16, 21-23 2016

Bruce Norris' Pulitzer prize winner

Clybourne Park

directed by Kareem Mortimer

Six shows only:

Thursday April 14 8P
Friday April 15 8P
Saturday April 16 8P


Thursday April 21 8P
Friday April 22 8P
Saturday April 23 8P

Dundas Main Stage
Tickets $30
Student discount $15 with ID
(Thursday only)
Senior & group discounts available

Clybourne Park
Thursday April 16 2016!

Clybourne Park starts where Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun ends. The play begins in 1959 when the Younger family is moving to the white suburban community of Clybourne Park. Norris looks at the reaction of the white neighbours to the arrival of the first African-American family into the neighbourhood—they're less than welcoming. Then he jumps forward fifty years and turns the tables. Clybourne Park is now an African-American neighbourhood which is gentrifying, and the Younger house is being purchased by a white couple, who want to move in and remodel it.

Kareem Mortimer makes his stage directing debut with Bruce Norris' 21st century look at race in the USA. Clybourne Park won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2011 and the Tony Award in 2012.

Featuring Nicole Fair Bhatti, Graham Thordarson, Aulenna Robinson, Rossano Deal, Matthew Kelly, D. Sean Nottage and Julia Wooly Chatwin.

photos by Nello Lambert
Tickets are $30 and may be purchased from the Dundas at
393-3728 or 394-7179.