Bruce Norris
Directed by Joseph Price
The Levin Stage
Co-Produced with UMKC Theatre

December 4-29, 2013

Clybourne Park, winner of the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, the Pulitzer Prize and Olivier Award for Best New Play is set in two acts that bring new meaning to the term “house-flipping.” Act One is 1959 as community leaders try to stop the sale of a home, in Chicago’s historic Clybourne Park, to a black family. Act Two is present day, in the same home, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.


Russ/Dan | David Fritts*
Betsy/Lindsey | Jessalyn Kincaid*
Bev/Kathy | Jennifer Mays*
Karl/Steve | Brian Paulette*
Albert/Kevin | Mykel Hill*
Francine/Lena | Janae Mitchell
Jim/Tom/Kenneth | Michael Pauley*


Director | Joseph Price
Stage Manager | Tanya Brown*
Scenic Designer | Brett Engle
Lighting Designer | Devorah Kengmana
Sound Designers | Nihan Yesil & Jonathan Robertson

Costume Designer | Marc W. Vital II
Properties Designer | Matt Mott
Dramaturg | Stephanie Demaree
UMKC Technical Director | Logan Schoenbaechler
UMKC Assistant Technical Director | Kaleb Krahn

Technical Coordinator | Alex Perry
Assistant Technical Coordinator | Em Swenson
Sound Board Operator | Chioma Anyanwu
American Sign Language Consultant | Katie Wilkerson
Production Assistants | Rachel Dyer, Matt Henrickson, & Chloé Robbins-Anderson