Bruce Norris’ 2010 Pulitzer and Tony-winning “Clybourne Park” explores exclusionary housing practices from 1959 to 2009, including historic practices like redlining and blockbusting and the more contemporary issue of gentrification.
The Lily's Revenge
"The Lily’s Revenge cannot be missed. Beyond the sheer visual and audio stimulation, nothing short of a dream, the production may cause viewers to reevaluate the kind of stories you are told." Jonas Griffin, NOLA Defender
Balm in Gilead
"The NOLA Project and the Cripple Creek Theatre Company have consistently proven to be among the most valuable assets on the local scene... it is no overstatement to say that their work together with “Balm in Gilead” is worthy of national acclaim." Theodore P. Mahne, Times-Picayune
The Shaker Chair
"The play is delightfully bold in this either/or message, continually pricking the audience to choose activism or passivity, to wake up or stay asleep." Jonas Griffin, NOLA Defender
"Whelan put together an imaginative, energetic production with an excellent cast too large to cite individually, and the packed house appeared to love the show. Aristophanes may be scratching his head in the Elysian Fields, but undoubtedly is pleased his comedy can still keep a theater laughing." Dalt Wonk, Gambit Weekly
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