Here’s your chance to see 3 new productions centered on one of the greatest literary works of all time. Get your tickets now for the “Reality of Realty” – a series of 3 contemporary readings inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s widely acclaimed classic, “A Raisin in the Sun.”
Starting Friday, Feb. 18, you can witness the first of these gripping performances, which shine light on race, gender, discrimination, and other issues around Hansberry’s prolific work.
Join us and watch these raw, powerful stories at an affordable rate. Each reading is $25, but you can catch all 3 for a bundle deal of $35. Check out our line-up and the talented artists behind the magic!
Younger | February 18-20
“Younger,” written by Atlanta playwright Kelundra Smith, is a prelude to “A Raisin in the Sun”, chronicling the journey of Lena Younger, the family matriarch, from Jackson, Mississippi, to Chicago during the Great Migration of Blacks moving from the South to North.
Beneatha’s Place | February 25-27
“Beneatha’s Place” by Kwame Kwei-Armah follows the life of “A Raisin in the Sun” character Beneatha Younger from 1959 to the present.
The Etiquette of Vigilance | March 11-13
“The Etiquette of Vigilance” by Robert O’Hara is a contemporary look at the Younger family 50 years after the time of the original play.
Additional Show Information:
All patrons and guests are required to wear masks that cover your nose and mouth at all times while inside the theatre. Attendees must also present proof of vaccination or current negative COVID test documentation (issued within the last 72 hours) to gain access into the building. View our full COVID-19 policy and safety protocols here.