A Raisin In The Sun 

Winning the Best Play Award from the New York Drama Critics' Circle, this play made history when it opened in 1959. Its title comes from a Langston Hughes poem entitled "Harlem," also known as "A Dream Deferred." The setting is the Younger household in the Washington Park Subdivision of Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood, and involves the family members' struggle to achieve their individual dreams and potential despite challenges of a system that seems built to thwart them.

Please Choose Which Performance To Attend:

General Admission $25.00 

Sudents/Seniors/Guild Members $20.00

As a added convience to our patrons there is no service charge assoicated with online tickets. The show starts promtly at the stated time. Late seating is at the discretion of the house manager. There is abundant free parking on site.