One city that is known for its never-ending entertainment is San Francisco. The City by the Bay is able to attract many
top entertainment events throughout the years, like the much-celebrated play Clybourne Park. Clybourne Park tickets have been selling out all over the world,
and that trend will certainly continue in San Francisco.
Clybourne Park is a play written by Bruce Norris. He wrote the play in response to the play A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine
Hansberry. The story spans decades, first taking place in the late 1950s, when an all-white suburban neighborhood is in an
uproar because of an African-American family moving into town. Fifty years later, more drama takes place when the neighborhood
has become all African-American and a white couple plans to move in.
When the play Clybourne Park comes to San Francisco, it is at the American Conservatory Theater, more commonly
referred to as A.C.T. The American Conservatory Theater was established in 1965. In the many years since, the American Conservatory
Theater has hosted hundreds of shows and performed for millions of audience members.
The play Clybourne Park has earned many rave reviews from critics. Bruce Norris even earned the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for
Drama for Clybourne Park. Whenever this show comes to San Francisco, it is a chance to get Broadway tickets for
the West Coast. Don't wait to reserve your spot to see Clybourne Park and visit StubHub today.