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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
OM Theatre opens ‘Clybourne Park’ to start dialogueunveiled its latest stage production, “Clybourne Park.” The central character
OM Theatre opens ‘Clybourne Park’ to start dialogue
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
unveiled its latest stage production, “Clybourne Park.” The central character of the play is a house. Playwright Bruce Norris published the play in 2010 as a spinoff of “A Raisin in the Sun,” a play published in 1959 that tells the story... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Looking for answers, just like Joseph NaperOne sick of the water, evidently, and deeply in love with the prairie. This is
Looking for answers, just like Joseph Naper
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
One sick of the water, evidently, and deeply in love with the prairie. This is no parody of the suburban life. Smart is no Bruce Norris; he's actually closer to Annie Baker in orientation and in his authorial interest in boomerang children and... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Life, etcTheatre review: Clybourne Park – the lighter side of history, race and property
Life, etc
Daily Maverick / Posted 24 days ago
Theatre review: Clybourne Park – the lighter side of history, race and property American playwright Bruce Norris’ Pulitzer and Olivier-award winning play is a deceptively simple comedy in which middle-class manners and restraint slowly stew and boil... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Clybourne Park - the Lighter Side of History, Race and PropertyAmerican playwright Bruce Norris' Pulitzer and Olivier-award winning play is a
Clybourne Park - the Lighter Side of History, Race and Property
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
American playwright Bruce Norris' Pulitzer and Olivier-award winning play is a deceptively simple comedy in which middle-class manners and restraint slowly stew and boil in a universal sauce of land, race, history and dispossession. This superb local... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Theatre review: Clybourne Park – the lighter side of history, race and propertyIf there is one criticism of Bruce Norris’ bristling text it is that Act II – s
Theatre review: Clybourne Park – the lighter side of history, race and property
Daily Maverick / Posted a month ago
If there is one criticism of Bruce Norris’ bristling text it is that Act II – set in 2009 in the Chicago neighbourhood of Clybourne Park about to be “gentrified” – is saturated with an almost insufferable brand of whiteplaining. The play, written in... Read more

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