"Clybourne Park" is a Pulitzer Prize-winning and Tony Award-winning play that explores the racial politics of gentrification. Set in the same house, the play follows two acts that take place in 1959 and several decades later.
In the first act, a white couple is selling their home to the neighborhood's first black family. In the second act, a white couple purchases the same property, causing the predominantly black community to fight to preserve the historic character of the neighborhood.
The Washington Post describes the play as a modern take on themes of race, housing, and the pursuit of a better life. Don't miss your chance to see it live this New Year at the Costa Mesa Playhouse!