A Raisin in the Sun follows a poor black family that receives $10,000 from a life insurance policy after the father’s death. Instead of providing salvation, the money causes intense disagreements over what should be done with it. Heart-wrenching at times and humorous at others, A Raisin in the Sun explores the urban African-American experience.
As we anticipate the classic story’s theatrical debut on our stage as part of our Literature Live! series, this November, join us for this screening followed by a Talkback Session with Allen O'Reilly, Director of Education and Community Outreach. Bay Street Theater Patrons and Ticket Holders are welcome to attend this Q&A Session.
Patron-Level donors: If you are interested in attending this event, please contact the Development Department at 631-725-0818 to reserve complimentary seats. Not a patron? Click here to learn more!