Theater: Plays

'Clybourne Park'

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Farmers Alley Theatre
Jeremy Koch, artistic dir.; Bruce Norris, writer

Production Description

Casting "Clybourne Park," which was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play.

Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations

Rehearsals begin Jan. 13, 2014; runs Feb. 7-23 (with possible extension through March 2). Rehearses and performs in Kalamazoo, MI.

Compensation & Union Contract Details

Pays: $291 min./wk. for Equity performers (negotiable), plus Equity health and pension provided. Pays $200/wk. for non-Equity performers. Travel and housing provided for all out of town actors. Equity SPT Contract, Tier 3.


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"Clybourne Park" is told in two acts, in the same Chicago house 50 years apart. This timely new play begins in 1959 with a white family selling their home to a black family: the first to move into the neighborhood. 50 years later, a white couple looks to buy the same house in what has now become an all-black neighborhood. Filled with surprising humor and raw emotion, "Clybourne Park "is one theatrical experience that is sure to be that genuine piece of art that moves its audiences and starts conversations.

Info on Farmers Alley Theatre

Farmers Alley Theatre is a professional theatre based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. We are Southwest Michigan's first and only year round Equity Theatre Company. We are currently in the midst of our sixth season and we are establishing ourselves as Western Michigan's Premiere professional theatre. Several notable Broadway performers have traveled to work in our intimate 100 seat theatre including Barbara Marineau ("Beauty and the Beast"), Lauren Kennedy ("Spamalot," "Side Show"), Michelle Duffy ("Leap of Faith"), Trey Ellett ("Rent"), Ann Sanders ("Leap of Faith," "Allegiance"), Scott Coulter (renowned cabaret singer) and Teri Bibb ("Phantom of the Opera") to name a few.

Info on Director Awoye Timpo

Credits include: "Araby" (La MaMa), "Rhinoceros" (Novisi), "Chasing the Bird" (Joyce Theater), "In the Continuum" (Juilliard), "Tears of Anatolia" (Columbia), and "Ruined" (WMU), as well as workshops and staged readings at Joe’s Pub, Leviathan Lab, 52nd Street Project, Lark, Partial Comfort, Culture Project, and Emerging Writers Group. Currently the artistic dir. of Novisi Productions, previous positions/companies include assoc. artistic dir. at Shakespeare on the Sound, Van Lier Directing Fellow at Public Theater, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, LCT Directors Lab. Film/TV: Harlem 125.