(RED BANK, NJ) -- Two River Theater presents A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, directed by Carl Cofield from September 9 through October 8 in Two River’s Rechnitz Theater in Red Bank, NJ. Here are some photos from the play courtesy of T. Charles Erickson.
A Raisin in the Sun is a play by Lorraine Hansberry that made its debut on Broadway in 1959. The title comes from the poem "Harlem" by Langston Hughes. The story tells of a black family's experiences in the Washington Park Subdivision of Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood as they attempt to "better" themselves with an insurance payout following the death of the father.
The cast for Two River's production includes Jasmine Batchelor (Beneatha Younger), Nat DeWolf (Karl Lindner), Crystal A. Dickinson (Ruth Younger), Brandon J. Dirden (Walter Lee Younger), Willie Dirden(Bobo), Charlie Hudson III (Joseph Asagai), Brenda Pressley (Lena Younger), Owen Tabaka (Travis Younger), and York Walker (George Murchison). Andrew Binger and David Joel Rivera play the Moving Men.
The creative team includes scenic designers Christopher Swader & Justin Swader, costume designer Elivia Bovenzi, lighting designer Kathy A. Perkins, sound designer Karin Graybash, and wigs designer Valerie Gladstone. The casting is by Jack Doulin + Sharky, and the stage manager is Lloyd Davis, Jr.
Two River Theater is located at 21 Bridge Avenue in Red Bank, New Jersey.
All Photos by T. Charles Erickson
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Tickets are available from 732.345.1400 or tworivertheater.org.
originally published: 2017-09-12 00:00:00
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