Clybourne Park: A Play Characters

Bruce Norris
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Bev Stoller

Bev Stoller is a white female in her late 40's. She is married to Russ. Her housekeeper is Francine. Bev likes to entertain, but she cannot remember the last time they had company over and used the chafing dish. She offers the dish to Francine, which Francine politely refuses to take. Bev makes Francine feel uncomfortable when Bev brings up moving the trunk that is upstairs. Russ has already told Bev that he will do it. Bev brings up the trunk again in front of Albert, as he was about to leave after picking up Francine.

Russ and Bev's son Kenneth was a hero to his country and has died. He was in the Korean War. In Act 2, Bev sees him early in the morning as he is writing dressed up in his military uniform. She thinks things in their lives are about to get better, especially...

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