A RAISIN IN THE SUN Extended
A RAISIN IN THE SUN Now Extended through February 25th!
By Lorraine Hansberry
AN AMERICAN THEATRE MILESTONE
1st Play of our American Legacy Series
Extended Week! February 21st-25th
Directed by L. Peter Callender (Artistic Director of the African American
Shakespeare Company and the director of American Stage's hits JITNEY and JOE
TURNER'S COME AND GONE)
WINNER! -TONY AWARD -BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY
Starring Fanni Green (JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE)
WE THE PEOPLE…WILL NOT HAVE OUR DREAMS DEFERRED
Lorraine Hansberry’s groundbreaking family drama is the first play in our American Legacy series. Dedicated to modern classics that lend perspective to stories from our past, this series seeks to draw a connection between our culture’s history and the events of today.
In pursuit of the American Dream, the dynamic Younger family wrestles with the push to assimilate into a white Chicago neighborhood, and the pull of their cultural roots. These opposing forces both unite and divide the family, as each grapple with the social issues that challenge their identity – and the personal choices that will determine their future. This story of hope and inspiration remains universally relevant more than 60 years after it first hit Broadway.
"...powerful and beautiful and mesmerizing and tender." -Washington Post
- -Wednesdays 7pm: $39
- -Thursdays 8pm: $39
- -Fridays 8pm: $49
- -Saturday Matinees 3pm: $39
- -Saturday Evenings 8pm: $49
- -Sunday Matinees 3pm: $39
Ask about our Young American Initiative. Visit americanstage.org/ya for details.
- Under 30 years of age: $15 per month
- Under 20 (suggested 12-19) years of age: Free.
- *General Admission 7pm: Pay What you Can/$20 in Advance (Recommended)
- *General Admission 8pm: $29
- *Opening Night 8pm: $59
163 3rd Street North, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
https://tickets.americanstage.org/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent1438.html (direct link to purchase RAISIN tickets)