July 31, 2014

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Stars Hit the Red Carpet for Clybourne Park's Opening Night

It was a star-studded evening as Clybourne Park opened on Broadway on April 19. Elaine Stritch, Bobby Cannavale, Edie Falco, Judd Hirsch and more took to the red carpet before the show to sing the praises of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play that deals with race and fair housing issues using edgy humor. Post show, the actors (who play different roles in each of the play's two acts that take place some 50 years apart) including Christina Kirk, Crystal A. Dickinson, Frank Wood, Jeremy Shamos, Annie Parisse, Damon Gupton and Brendan Griffin were joined by director Pam MacKinnon, to give a rundown of the evening's excitement including a hot crowd and the sense of accomplishment in finally bringing the show to Broadway. To hear from Clybourne Parkís author Bruce Norris, click here. To see the show's Playbill, click here.

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