Clybourne Park: A Play Topics for Discussion

Bruce Norris
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Why did Russ and Bev's son commit suicide? Discuss ways to prevent suicide and its affects on the remaining family members and friends. How did Kenneth's suicide affect Lindsey in Act 2, more than 50 years later?

How does Russ deal with his anger issues? What are Bev's reactions to seeing how her husband acts? How can anger be dealt with in a positive way?

How does Russ solve conflicts? How does Bev solve conflicts? How do you solve conflicts?

How are Karl and Jim unjust in their thoughts about the new neighbors moving in? How is racism dealt with in the play? Have you had experience with racism? What did you do? Have you been a target of prejudice?

What is gentrification? How is it dealt with in the play? What are the consequences of gentrification?

The actors from Act 1 are the same in Act...

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