Clybourne Park: A Play Setting & Symbolism

Bruce Norris
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The House

The house is on Clybourne Park. It is a three-bedroom cottage on 406 Clybourne Street. It is located in a suburb northwest of Chicago. The front doors are unlocked, as Jim walks in without knocking first in Act 1. In the second act, the house has aged. Repairs to the house have been made with less quality.

Footlocker

In Act 1, there is a heavy trunk that needs two people to move it. Russ tells Bev that he will move it, and Bev mentions it to Jim, who can not move it per his doctor's orders. Jim had hurt his back about a month before the scene takes place. Bev also mentions it to Francine while Francine's husband Albert is there. Albert offered to help move it. It is on the second floor of the house. Albert and Francine try to take it down the stairs, but they are...

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