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The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama taking America by storm is a two-act showcase of the volatile values of race and real estate. Picking up where Lorraine Hansberry left off in her landmark Raisin in the Sun (2001-02 Season), this riotous production is hailed by The New York Times as being a “darkly humorous… dissection of race, gentrification and real estate.” Written by Bruce Norris and directed by Derrick Sanders, come experience this social call out of societal bias.
Although young, Marisa Wegrzyn has enjoyed significant success as a playwright. In 2006, Chicago's prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre Company premiered her play "The Butcher of Baraboo" to widespread acclaim. Then in 2009, "Hickorydickory" won Wegrzyn the Wasserstein Prize, an accolade that celebrates bold, female voices in the American theater. Now her latest, "Mud Blue Sky", comes to Center Stage, The State Theater of Maryland. Written with a wicked wit (and a keen sense of compassion), "Mud Blue Sky" follows a late-night conversation between three middle-aged flight attendants in a nondescript hotel room near O'Hare Airport. Work, motherhood, prom night and the persistent power of kindness are all illuminated in this brilliant play from a remarkable young talent.
Celebrating its 50th season this year, CENTERSTAGE brings bold, thought-provoking theater to our audiences. And, with this offer, you'll pay $59 (regularly $99) for a Spring Pack, which offers one ticket to three must-see shows: "Mud Blue Sky," "Clybourne Park," and "Beneatha's Place."
SANITY: Between prepping for Turkey Day and fulfilling your Santa duties, will you possess it? Our bet is by next week, you?re gonna start feeling the harried holiday frazzles. What you need is some quality adult time. CENTERSTAGE to the rescue! In their 50th year as Baltimore?s most renowned theatre, CENTERSTAGE has the perfect date night or friends outing with their upcoming performance of Bus Stop. And with today?s deal the stress of money flies out the window too, with tickets to select performances in prime seats offered at up to 50% off! Bus Stop is a 1955 romantic classic by William Inge, in which a busload of strangers, down on their luck in love and bound for other places, wait out a snowstorm in Grace?s Kansas diner. From rodeo champ Bo and Cherie the chanteuse to forlorn Dr. Lyman and starry-eyed Elma, everyone?s chasing their slice of the American Dream, and someone to share it with. And yes, that was Marilyn Monroe in the movie …..........
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