"An explosive fireball of drama that left the audience standing and cheering as one!" - Hamptons.com
"An electrifying experience, nuanced and timely" - EH Patch
A Raisin in the Sun teaches us about the value of dreaming big, the urgent need to fight racial discrimination, and the importance of family. Join the unforgettable members of the Younger family as they experience both tragedy and triumph in 1959 Chicago.
Special post-show talkback after the Friday, 11/22 performance generously sponsored by AARP Long Island.
"A Raisin in the Sun” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
Lead funders: Century Arts Foundation and BST Board of Trustees. Also funded in part by The Andrew Sabin Family Foundation, Dana Foundation, Fridolin Charitable Trust, The Moxie Foundation, Theatre Venture, Inc., Town of Southampton, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Irving Stern Foundation, the Sunny and Abe Rosenberg Foundation and many generous individuals. Sponsors: AARP Long Island, Grenning Gallery, Berry & Co, and Sag Harbor Books. Media sponsors: Dan’s Papers, WBAZ, WEHM, and WLNG.