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Clybourne Park, Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer, 2012 Tony and 2011 Olivier Awards, Starts at the Alley January 18 and Opens January 23.
- 1/4/2013

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January 4, 2013


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Clybourne Park, Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize, and 2012 Tony and 2011 Olivier (London) Awards, Starts at the Alley January 18 and Opens January 23.
- Runs through February 17, 2013 on the Neuhaus Stage

HOUSTON, TX –The Alley Theatre’s production of Houston native Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park, winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize, the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, and the Olivier Award for Best Play (London) starts on the Alley Theatre’s Neuhaus Stage January 18 and opens Wednesday, January 23. Clybourne Park is directed by Alley Theatre Associate Director James Black.

Bruce Norris’ powerfully provocative play is the most talked-about show of the 2012 Broadway season and "the funniest play of the year" (London Evening Standard). It has been called "a spiky and insightful new comedy" (The New York Times) "completely audacious, ingenious entertainment" (Entertainment Weekly), and "superb, elegantly written, and hilarious" (The New Yorker).

Clybourne Park spans two generations fifty years apart. In 1959, Russ and Bev are selling their desirable two-bedroom at a bargain price, unknowingly bringing the first black family into the neighborhood and creating ripples of discontent among the cozy white residents of Clybourne Park. In 2009, the same property is being bought by a young white couple, whose plan to raze the house and start again is met with equal disapproval by the black residents of the soon-to-be-gentrified area. Are the issues festering beneath the floorboards actually the same, fifty years on? Bruce Norris’s excruciatingly funny and squirm-inducing satire explores the fault line between race and property. Recommended for mature audiences due to racially charged language.

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he cast of Clybourne Park features Alley Theatre Resident Company Members Jeffrey Bean as Russ/Dan, Elizabeth Bunch as Bev/Kathy, Emily Neves as Betsy/Lindsey, David Rainey as Albert/Kevin and Jay Sullivan as Jim/Tom/Kenneth. Alley veteran Philip Lehl returns as Karl/Steve and Libya V. Pugh will make her Alley debut.

Clybourne Park features scenic design by Kevin Rigdon and costume design by Janice Pytel. Lighting design is by John Ambrosone with sound design by Pierre Dupree and Dramaturg Jacey Little.

Clybourne Park, by Bruce Norris and directed by James Black, begins performances Friday, January 18, opens officially Wednesday, January 23, and runs through Sunday, February 17, 2013 on the Neuhaus Stage.

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Bruce Norris is the author of Clybourne Park, which won the Tony Award for Best Play in 2012, the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards in London for Best Play, 2011, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, 2011. Other plays include The Infidel in 2000, Purple Heart in 2002, We All Went Down to Amsterdam in 2003, The Pain and the Itch in 2004 and The Unmentionables in 2006, and A Parallelogram in 2010, allof which had their premieres at Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago. Two new plays, titled The Low Road and Domesticated, respectively, will premiere in 2013 at the Royal Court Theatre, London and at Lincoln Center Theatre, New York. His work has also been seen at Playwrights Horizons in New York, Lookingglass Theatre in Chicago, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C., Staatstheater Mainz in Germany and the Galway Festival in Ireland, among others. He is the recipient of the Steinberg Playwright Award in 2009, and The Whiting Foundation Prize for Drama in 2006, as well as two Joseph Jefferson Awards in Chicago for Best New Work. As an actor he can be seen in the films A Civil Action and The Sixth Sense, and the recent All Good Things. He lives in New York.

ABOUT THE CAST
Jeffrey Bean (Russ/Dan) is in his 18th season as an Alley Company Artist and has appeared in over 100 Alley productions since 1989. Recently, he has appeared in Death of a Salesman as Charley, November as Charles Smith, Black Coffee as Dr. Carelli, The Seagull as Sorin, Ether Dome as Dr. Charles Jackson, Amadeus as Salieri, August: Osage County as Bill Fordham, Peter Pan as Smee, Boeing-Boeing as Robert and The 39 Steps as Man #2. Previous Alley highlights include The Farnsworth Invention as David Sarnoff, Mauritius as Philip, Cyrano de Bergerac as Cyrano, The Scene as Charlie, Doubt as Father Flynn, Subject to Fits as Prince Myshkin, Much Ado About Nothing as Benedick, Journey’s End as 2nd Lieutenant Trotter, The Pillowman as Michal, Hapgood as Ridley, Twelfth Night as Feste, The Importance of Being Earnest as Algernon, Billy Bishop Goes to War as Billy Bishop, Gross Indecency as Oscar Wilde, Arms & the Man as Bluntschli, The Crucible as Deputy Gov. Danforth, The Foreigner as Charlie Baker and Stones in His Pockets as Charlie Conlon, et al. Broadway credits include Bells Are Ringing as Francis and Amadeus as Kappelmeister Bonno. Television credits include Law & Order; Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and All My Children. He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts and a Princess Grace Award winner.
www.jeffreybean.com

Elizabeth Bunch (Bev/Kathy) has appeared in more than 30 shows at the Alley Theatre since 2002 and recently served as Assistant Director for The Seafarer and Amadeus. Performances include Clarice Bernstein in November, Elizabeth Wells in Ether Dome, Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion, Karen in August: Osage County, Wendy in Peter Pan, Boeing-Boeing, Harvey, The 39 Steps, Our Town, The Farnsworth Invention, Mauritius, Cyrano de Bergerac, Othello, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Scene, Doubt, Death on the Nile, Treasure Island, Steel Magnolias, Proof and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? New York theatre credits include The Voice of the Turtle produced by The Keen Company and The Mint Theater, The Water Children at Playwright Horizons, Museum with The Keen Company, The Light Outside with Bat Theater Company, and New World Rhapsody, The Motel Plays, and The Hospital Plays at HB Playwrights Foundation. Other theatre includes Little Foxes at The Denver Center, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Guthrie Theater, Goosebumps a national tour produced by Feld Entertainment. Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Viola in Twelfth Night, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Isabella in Measure for Measure, Big Love and Arcadia with Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble. Television appearances include Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Elizabeth is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Philip Lehl (Karl/Steve) has appeared regularly at the Alley Theatre since arriving in Texas in 2001, where he was last seen in the ensembles of A Christmas Carol, Ether Dome, The Crucifer of Blood, The Farnsworth Invention, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Eurydice, and Cyrano de Bergerac. Favorite roles at the Alley include Rev. Hale in The Crucible, Kerry Max Cook in The Exonerated, Gail in Our Lady of 121st Street, Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap, Horatio in Hamlet and Young Housman in The Invention of Love. Broadway credits include Mickey in Blood Brothers and Ensemble in The Kentucky Cycle. Off-Broadway he was seen in Hundreds of Hats and toured the nation as Charles Clarke in Titanic. Locally, he has appeared at Stages Repertory Theatre in Oh the Humanity, Yankee Tavern, I Am My Own Wife, Mr. Marmalade, Lady, Souvenir, Amy’s View, The Pavilion, and Dirty Blonde; Classical Theatre Company in Ghosts, Uncle Vanya, and The Tempest; Main Street Theatre in Arcadia; Horse Head Theatre in Fault Lines;Generations in Bat Boy, Spring Awakening, and Our Town; Houston Shakespeare Festival in King John, Romeo and Juliet, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Julius Caesar, and Cymbeline; Paul Hope's BCCM, and TUTS in Wonderful Life and one memorable performance of Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady. Lehl is co-founder and director of Stark Naked Theatre Company, where he has appeared in Debt Collectors and Dinner With Friends, and where he has directed Body Awareness. Later this season, he will play the title role in Macbeth for Stark Naked. Other directing credits include Art with Generations and Almost Maine and Reckless with Brave Dog Theatre Co.. He has performed at theatres across the U.S. including St. Louis Repertory, Cleveland Play House, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Portland Stage Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The New Harmony Theatre and Weston Playhouse. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School and Drake University. Lehl is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Emily Neves (Betsy/Lindsey) is returning for her fourth season as an Alley Company Artist. She was last seen at the Alley in A Christmas Carol as Fred’s Wife/Belle, Death of a Salesman as Miss Forsythe, Amadeus, August: Osage County as Jean Fordham, Peter Pan as Michael/Jane, A Behanding in Spokane as Marilyn, Boeing-Boeing as Gloria, Harvey as Ruth Kelly, R.N., Our Town as Rebecca Gibbs, The Farnsworth Invention as Pem, Rock ‘n’ Roll as Esme/Alice, The Man Who Came to Dinner as June, Cyrano de Bergerac as Prostitute/Musician/Sister Claire and understudied the role of Janis Joplin as speaking in Love, Janis. Other theatre credits include The Emperor’s New Clothes as Princess Liane with The Houston Children’s Theatre Festival, Broadway 2000 and Broadway 2001 as a Featured Performer, both directed by Anne Reinking at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. Film credits include Starship Troopers: Invasion as Trig, MagCrew as Addison and Apart as young Julie Gates. As a singer, Emily was featured as a Hollywood semi-finalist on season four of American Idol and was recently featured on the spin-off series American Idol: Rewind. She is a voice artist with Seraphim Studios, most notably appearing in Halo Legends as Spartan in "The Babysitter", Angel Beats as Angel, Clannad as Kotomi and High School of the Dead as Yuuki. She recently graduated cum laude from the BFA Pre-Professional Apprenticeship Program at Texas State University. While at Texas State, Emily performed at the 2012 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington, D.C. as part a national finalist team in the Irene Ryan acting competition. Emily is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Libya V. Pugh (Francine/Lena) is making her Alley Theatre debut. She recently appeared this fall as Valdemar/Nurse in The Completely Fictional Utterly True Edgar Allen Poe with Centerstage Baltimore.Some stage credits include The Rivals as Lucy and Caroline, or Change as Dottie at Centerstage; Dreams of Sara Breedlove as Mae at The Goodman Theatre; MacBeth as Witch/Lady MacDuff at Chicago Shakespeare; The Bluest Eye as Claudia and Wedding Band as Julia at Steppenwolf Theatre; A Christmas Carol as Mrs. Crachit at Milwaukee Repertory; As You Like It as Rosalind at Milwaukee Shakespeare; Smoldering Fires as Juanita at First Stage Milwaukee; Julius Caesar as Portia at Shakespeare on the Sound;Doubt as Mrs. Muller at Peterborough Players; Hamlet as Gertrude at Baltimore Shakespeare; and Romeo and Juliet as Lady Capuletand Ain’t Suppose to Die a Natural Death as Scavenger Lady at Classical Theatre of Harlem. Her television credits include Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, One Life to Live and Jack’s Big Music Show. She is currently working on the TV pilot Platinum Wigs. She received her MFA from The University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana and her BFA at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Libya is a co-founding ensemble member of Congo Square Theatre in Chicago.

David Rainey (Albert/Kevin) is in his 13th season as an Alley Company Artist. Recent roles include Bert/Spirit of Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol, Dwight Grackle in November, Ben in What We’re Up Against, Mrs. Dilber/Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol, Rogers in And Then There Were None, Giuseppe Bonno in Amadeus, Noodler/Cookson in Peter Pan, Sterling in Mauritius, Nasty Interesting Man/Lord of the Underworld in Eurydice, Cuigy in Cyrano de Bergerac, the title role in Othello, Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Steward in Death on the Nile, Tom Robinson in To Kill a Mockingbird, Paryfon Rogozhin in Subject to Fits, Master Jacques in The Miser, Ariel in The Pillowman, Giles Cory in The Crucible, David Keaton in The Exonerated, Lincoln in Topdog/Underdog for which he received Best Actor by the Houston Press, Best Actor Nominations by the Jeff Awards in Chicago and Black Theatre Alliance Awards in Chicago, Lenny in Of Mice and Men and Donald in You Can’t Take It With You. He has performed with The National Actors Theatre, Joseph Papp Public Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Acting Company, New York Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Rep (with Theatre de la Jeune Lune), Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Hartford Stage Company, Dallas Theatre Center, Guthrie Theatre, Crossroads Theatre Company, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, among others. Film and television credits include Cosby, Law & Order, Vengeance Unlimited, As the World Turns, One Life to Live, Lowball, North Starr, Hell Swarm, Starforce, Multifacial and The ‘M’ Word. He holds degrees from Eastern New Mexico University and Juilliard, where he received the Drama Division’s highest honor, the Michel and Suria Saint-Denis Prize. He is Artistic Director of The Landing Theatre Company, is on the drama faculty of the University of Houston-Downtown and also teaches professional acting classes.

Jay Sullivan (Jim/Tom/Kenneth) returns to the Alley Theatre having appeared in A Christmas Carol as Fred/ Scrooge at 21, Death of a Salesman as Happy, Black Coffee as Richard Amory, Red as Ken, Peter Pan as Peter, Our Town as George Gibbs and Eurydice as Orpheus. Jay recently made his Broadway debut in Jerusalem as Lee. Other theatre credits include the original productions of Durango as Red Angel/Bob at The Public Theatre and Longwharf, DogSeesGod as Matt/Pigpen at Soho Repertory Theatre, Orestes: A Tragic Romp as Orestes at The Folger and Two River Theatre, Afternight Seating as James at Abingdon Theatre, and The Bilbao Effect as Grole Andacht at The Center for Architecture, as well as The History Boys as Dakin and Rock 'n' Roll as Stephen at The Studio Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing as Claudio produced by As Written Productions, and Romeo and Juliet as Benvolio at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Film and Television credits include The Good Wife, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The Unidentified. He is a graduate of Florida State University.

ABOUT THE CREATIVE TEAM
James Black (Director) is proud to be celebrating his 25th consecutive season at the Alley where as an actor and director, he has been involved in over 100 productions. Recent appearances include Black Coffee as Hercule Poirot, Noises Off as Lloyd Dallas, The Seafarer as James "Sharky" Harkin, The Seagull as Trigorin, Dividing the Estate as Lewis Gordon, Pygmalion as Colonel Pickering, Amadeus as Count Orsini-Rosenberg, August: Osage County as Steve Heidebrecht, Peter Pan as Captain Hook/ Mr. Darling, St. Nicholas, Boeing-Boeing as Bernard, Harvey as Elwood P. Dowd, Mrs. Mannerly as Jeffrey, Our Town as Stage Manager, The Farnsworth Invention, Rock ‘n’ Roll as Max, The Man Who Came to Dinner as Sheridan Whiteside, A Christmas Carol as Mrs. Dilber/ Jacob Marley, Cyrano de Bergerac as Le Bret, Othello as Iago, Arsenic and Old Lace as Jonathan Brewster, Treasure Island as Long John Silver, Hitchcock Blonde as Hitch, A Moon for the Misbegotten as James Tyrone Jr., Orson’s Shadow as Olivier, Journey’s End as Lieutenant Osborne, A Christmas Carol as Scrooge, The Crucible as Proctor, After the Fall as Quentin, Black Coffee as Hercule Poirot, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum as Marcus Lycus, Twelfth Night as Sir Toby Belch, Sherlock Holmes as Moriarty, Hamlet as Claudius, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? as George, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest as McMurphy, How I Learned to Drive as Uncle Peck, A View From the Bridge as Eddie Carbone, and Not About Nightingales as Butch O’Fallon, among others. He has also directed A Behanding in Spokane, Doubt, Death on the Nile, Glengarry Glen Ross, Deathtrap, Dial "M" for Murder, Our Lady of 121st Street, The Foreigner, Of Mice and Men and As Bees in Honey Drown. His film and television credits include Olympia, The Man with the Perfect Swing, Houston: The Legend of Texas, Fire and Rain, Challenger, Night Game, and Killing in a Small Town. He received a Theatre World Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut and a Drama Desk nomination for Best Actor for Not About Nightingales, and a BackStage West Garland Award for his appearance as Eddie Carbone in the Alley’s production of A View from the Bridge.


Kevin Rigdon (Scenic Design) is an Associate Director for Design for the Alley Theatre. For the Alley, he has created scenic, lighting and costume designs for more than 50 productions, including November, What We’re Up Against, The Seagull, The Monster at the Door, August: Osage County, A Behanding in Spokane, St. Nicholas, Intelligence-Slave, Mrs. Mannerly, Our Town, The Crucifer of Blood, Mauritius, Secret Order, The Unexpected Guest, Underneath the Lintel, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Scene, Death on the Nile, The Clean House, Subject to Fits, Orson’s Shadow, The Pillowman, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Crucible, After the Fall, Life X 3,Topdog/Underdog, Proof, The Greeks, Twelfth Night, In the Jungle of Cities, among manyothers. He has designed the Broadwayproductions of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Old Neighborhood, Buried Child, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Song of Jacob Zulu, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Grapes of Wrath, Our Town, Speed-the-Plow, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Caretaker and Ghetto. His Off-Broadway credits include Oleanna, Distant Fire, Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants, Orphans, Balm in Gilead, And a Nightingale Sang … , Edmond and True West. His designs have been seen in the London productions of Waiting for Godot, You Never Can Tell, American Buffalo, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Speed-the-Plow, The Grapes of Wrath, and Orphans. He has designed more than 110 productions for Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, and has designed for organizations including The Peter Hall Company, The Kennedy Center, American Repertory Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, The Center Theatre Group, The Festival of Sydney, and The Cameri Theatre of Tel-Aviv, among others. He is the recipient of two Tony Award nominations, two American Theatre Wing Design awards, and seven Joseph Jefferson awards among many others. Kevin is the Moores Professor of Theatre and head of graduate design at the University of Houston.

Janice Pytel (Costume Design) is pleased to return to the Alley, having previously designed costumes for The Farnsworth Invention. Janice is based in Chicago where she designed the world premiere productions of Bruce Norris’ The Infidel and The Pain and the Itch, both at Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Recent Chicago credits include Crooked and Falling A: Wake with Rivendell Theatre Ensemble; Disgraced at American Theatre Company; The Caretaker, The Detective’s Wife; A Streetcar Named Desire; and Picnic at Writers’ Theatre; Spunk at Court Theatre; Middletown at Steppenwolf; and Festen at Steep Theatre. Broadway credits include 33 Variations and I Am My Own Wife.Regional credits include Broke at Alliance Theatre; Crime and Punishment at Centerstage; Winesburg, Ohio; The Glass Menagerie; The Drawer Boy at Kansas City Rep.; 33 Variations at Arena Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Center Theatre Group; Lombardi: The Only Thing; Rembrandt’s Gift; Topdog, Underdog at Madison Rep.; and The Seafarer at Geffen Playhouse. Feature film credits include Mariachi Gringo with Speak Productions. Multimedia credits include Catherine Sullivan’s Triangle of Need at Walker Art Center, Vizcaya Musuem and Gardens, Metro Pictures Gallery. Her online portfolio can be found at www.janicepytel.com.

John Ambrosone (Lighting Design) returns to the Alley Theatre where he previously designed lighting for Steel Magnolias, Dial M. For Murder, Black Coffee, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Life X 3, Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, The King Stag. Broadway credits include The Old Neighborhood. Off-Broadway credits include Nocturne. National Tours include The King Stag. International credits include Sao Paulo, Brazil; Strasbourg, France; Berlin, Germany; Tokyo, Japan; London, England; Leon, Mexico; Moscow, Russia; Singapore; and Taipei, Taiwan. Regional credits include Alliance Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, American Stage Festival, Annenberg Center, Arena Stage, Brooklyn Academy Of Music, Capital Theatre, Coconut Grove Theatre, Contemporary American Stage Festival, Emerson Majestic Theatre, Gloucester Stage Company, The Gravity Project, Hartford Stage Company, Long Wharf Theatre, Lyric Stage Company, McCarter Theatre, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, New Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, The People’s Light & Theatre Company, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Playmakers Repertory Company, Prince Music Theatre, Ridge Theatre Company, Royal George Theatre, Sugan Theatre Company, Trinity Repertory Company and Virginia Stage Company. Opera credits include Spoleto Festival USA, Boston Early Music Festival, Boston Musica Viva. Dance credits include the Boston Conservatory. Affiliations include United Scenic Artists, United States Institute For Theatre Technology. He is Head of BA/MFA Lighting Design and Technology at Virginia Tech.

Pierre Dupree (Sound Design) is the Sound Supervisor at the Alley Theatre, where he has previously designed November, And Then There Were None, August: Osage County, A Behanding in Spokane, The Mousetrap, Intelligence-Slave, The Crucifer of Blood, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Santaland Diaries and Secret Order.

Jacey Little (Dramaturg) is the Associate Literary Manager and Dramaturg for the Alley Theatre. Before joining the Alley in 2011, Jacey worked as a freelance dramaturg for the Houston Shakespeare Festival, The Landing Theatre Company and Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company. Her Alley credits include Assistant Director and Dramaturg for Death of a Salesman and The Seagull and Dramaturg for The Mountaintop, Red, The Seafarer and What We’re Up Against. Jacey received her BFA from the University of Oklahoma and is currently completing her MA thesis at the University of Houston.

ABOUT THE ALLEY THEATRE
The Alley Theatre is a nationally recognized Theatre Company based in Houston, Texas. The Alley was founded in 1947 and is one of the few US companies with a commitment to resident artists. Under the direction of Artistic Director Gregory Boyd and Managing Director Dean R. Gladden, the Alley creates a wide-ranging repertoire of innovative productions of classics, neglected modern plays, and new works in its 11 production season. The Alley has brought its productions to Broadway, Off-Broadway, London, 40 American cities, to Berlin, Paris, and St. Petersburg, as well as to major European festivals (including two in one season at the Venice Biennale). A recipient of the Special Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, the Alley has premiered plays by Edward Albee, Horton Foote, Robert Wilson, Rajiv Joseph. Kenneth Lin, Eve Ensler, Keith Reddin, and Herbert Siguenza, as well as creating the premieres of the musicals Jekyll & Hyde, The Civil War, and Wonderland. Other notable collaborations include The Roman Plays (with Vanessa Redgrave), Hydriotaphia (by Tony Kushner), and Danton's Death. The Alley’s productions are built and rehearsed in the Alley Theatre Center for Theatre Production – a 75,000-square-foot facility adjacent to the theatres themselves and are performed on the 824-seat Hubbard Stage and the 310-seat Neuhaus Stage. The Alley continues to provide its audiences with thought-provoking, diverse and transformative theatre. alleytheatre.org

SPONSORS
Clybourne Parkis generously sponsored by Neuhaus Stage Season Sponsor Randall H. Jamail. The Alley Theatre is supported by the 2012-2013 season sponsor United Airlines, the official airline of the Alley Theatre.

TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets to Clybourne Park
start at $26. All tickets to Clybourne Parkare available for purchase at alleytheatre.org, at the Alley Theatre Box Office, 615 Texas Avenue, or by calling 713.220.5700. Groups of 10 or more can receive special concierge services and select discounts by calling 713.220.5700 and asking for the group sales department.

CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE
Sunday, January 20, 2:30 p.m.
The Alley Theatre offers access services for our deaf or hard of hearing and sight-impaired patrons. Audio Description is provided for each Hubbard Stage production and Open Captioning is offered for every Hubbard Stage and Neuhaus Stage production. To ensure that your seats will accommodate your needs, please call the box office 713.220.5700 when ordering tickets to this performance. Discounted tickets are available for groups of 10 or more.

TALKBACK
Tuesday, January 29, 7:30 p.m.
Members of the cast return to the stage following the performance to take questions from the audience. TalkBacks are led by a member of the Alley Artistic Staff..

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