Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Clybourne Park 30 & Under Bash

Interested in how issues like race and gentrification are affecting our neighborhoods? Check out Clybourne Park, a new play at Playwrights Horizons, which explores these themes. Tony Award winner Frank Wood (Side Man; August: Osage County) and Emmy nominee Annie Parrise (Becky Shaw) take a 50-year jaunt through the same neighborhood into which the Younger family dreamed of moving in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun.

Tenement Museum special for our fans 30 and under: sign up for our Orchard Street Contemporaries mailing list by February 3rd, and we’ll send you a code for $20 tickets to Playwrite Horizon's "Splitsville Stomp," a 30 & under bash on Friday, February 5th. Tickets include admission to the play and a party with djs, cocktails, comfort cuisine and giveaways.

Email OSC(at) to sign up.

The Orchard Street Contemporaries is a group of young professionals committed to advancing the mission of the Tenement Museum by connecting the immigrant history of the Lower East Side to the vibrancy of the neighborhood today.

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