Nominated for four Tony Awards, the Broadway hit “Clybourne Park” is also the winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and London’s Olivier Award for Best Play. It is a wickedly funny and highly provocative work for the stage, taking on two volatile subjects—race and real estate—and the action explodes in two acts set 50 years apart. Director Pam MacKinnon discusses the play’s inspirations and its origins.
Profile: Pam MacKinnon
Christina Ha starts the news off at the Park Avenue Armory with a look at Tom Sachs' "Space Program: Mars," then a SummerStage preview, a look at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Walter Reade Theater, and more.
This episode features a profile Pam MacKinnon, the director of ”Clybourne Park" on Broadway, a visit to the School of American Ballet, and the latest arts news from Christina Ha.
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Kehinde Wiley guides us through his current exhibition at the Jewish Museum. Wiley is known for his portraits of young men of color that evoke the sensibility of classical European painting. His newest series is called “The World Stage: Israel.” Now on view are ...
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