Set in Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, this racially relevant classic depicts the dreams and ambitions of the Younger family as they await and then receive a life-altering insurance check. Faced with daily tensions, prejudice and a harsh reality, the family struggles to maintain dignity amidst the chaos.
A Raisin in the Sun had very successful run at Rockville Little Theatre including two student maintees that were enjoyed by over 800 high school and middle students.
Here's a clipping from Rockville Reports
And some thank you notes from the Richard Montgomery IB Theatre Class.
The Xi Sigma Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha joined us for a Friday night peformance and shared their Celebrating Black Theatre handout with us.
We also hosted a group from Visionaries of the Creative Arts. VOCA planned on performing A Raisin in the Sun in April.