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The Conservatory Orchestra I

The Conservatory Orchestra I

 The Conservatory Orchestra I

George Rothman, Conductor
Beethoven, Egmont Overture; Barber, First Essay for Orchestra;
Mahler, Adagietto from Symphony No. 5;
Brahms, Academic Overture

 

7:30 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Big Love

Big Love

by Bruce Norris

Directed by Mary Beth Easley

Presented by the Brooklyn College Department of Theatre

Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, this wickedly funny satire explores racism, classism, and just about every other “ism” in the American urban landscape. We first meet the 1959 inhabitants of the very house on Chicago’s South Side that the Younger family purchased at the end of A Raisin in the Sun—followed, 50 years later, by the white, gentrifying couple who wants to tear the same house down and build a bigger one. As this play teeters on the sharp edge of comedy and tragedy, it examines just how much we haven’t overcome.

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%
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