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Clybourne Park opens at Elmwood on Friday, November 10, and runs through December 2. W of this Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning show. Mark your calendars and get your tickets!

Friday, November 10:
Opening Night!

After enjoying a fantastic performance, opening night patrons get a sweet treat celebrating the show. Opening Night Committee Kandi Rosenbaum and Carolynn Whitford started and maintain this lovely tradition that adds to the special opening night vibe! In addition, The Nyack Art Collective will exhibit in our lobby gallery throughout the run of the show, but on opening night, ticket holders are invited to come early to meet some of the artists and enjoy complimentary wine, soft drinks, and gourmet cheeses from Scott & Joe. Pre-show reception from 6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m. Curtain 8 p.m. And don’t forget to pick up your Opening Night treat after the show!

Friday, November 24:
Post-performance Discussion Moderated by Elliott Forrest

Clybourne Park explores neighborhood integration and gentrification with fictional characters and biting humor. The documentary What Happened to Jackson Avenue, which was previewed at this year’s Phoenix Arts Festival, reveals the real-life impact of “urban renewal” in Nyack in the 1960s. Join Craig Smith, Executive Director of Phoenix Festival: Live Arts in Nyack, Elise Stone, Artistic Director, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, Clybourne Park’s director, Kathleen Mahan, and the cast  of Clybourne Park after the performance to discuss the different ways the show and the documentary illuminate the issues. The discussion will be moderated by Peabody Award winning broadcaster Elliott Forrest.

Thursday, November 30: Open Caption Performance

Elmwood Playhouse is thrilled to continue its Open Caption Performance Program. Captioning makes our performances accessible to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing patrons. This popular program is supported, in part, by a generous grant from Orange and Rockland Community Partnership Program.

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