Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
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Written by Bruce Norris
Directed by Caro Ribeiro ’18
Produced by Jenn Berrian ’16, Bruno Gallegos ’18, and Annie Schugart ’18
Fifty years. Two plays. One house.
BlackCAST and HRDC are proud to collaboratively present A Raisin in the Sun and Clybourne Park, two plays about dreams, community, and race. Raisin, which will be presented as a reading, tells the story of an African American family in 1959 wishing to move to an all-white suburb. Clybourne, which will be a full-scale production, shows us the perspective of the couple selling the house to the family in Raisin. In its second act, Clybourne skips ahead 50 years to 2009, when a white family wants to buy the house as the surrounding neighborhood is beginning to gentrify. Though these plays were written half a century apart, they are very much in dialogue with each other. Together, they offer a brutally honest portrayal of racial relations in the United States.
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Stage Manager … Amira Weeks
Set Designer … Miranda Ryshawy
Co-Light Designer … Shane Campayne
Co-Light Designer … Michaela Kane
Sound Designer … Joshua Garcia
Costume Designer … Katherine Smith
Hair/Makeup Designer … Ben Grimm
Props Designer … Patric Verrone
Co-Tech Director … Beckett Mullen
Co-Tech Director … Ben Iuliano
Co-Tech Director … Sam Reed
Dramaturg … Sarah Grammar
Assistant Tech Director … Emily Bergquist
Assistant Tech Director … Darren LaPointe
Assistant Sound Designer … Chris Lee
Lighting Advisor … Eliza Mantz
Production Advisor … Garrett Allen