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A Raisin in the Sun Cast/Crew
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Jerron O’Neal

as Walter Lee Younger

Jabrelle Herbin

as Ruth Younger

Lynn King

as Lena Younger (Mama)

Nicole Hodges

Persley

Director

Khrystal Coppage

as Beneatha Younger

Michael Morgan

as George Murchison

Robert (Tre) Coppage

as Joseph Asagai

Nick Hazel

as Karl Lindner

Xiare Davis

as Travis Younger

Claire McEwen

Stage Manager

Dennis Jackson

as Bobo

Theodore “Priest” Hughes

Assistant Stage Manager

Doug Schroeder

Scenographer

Melonnie Walker

Assistant Director/Dramaturg

Dishaun Phillips

Sound Designer

A Raisin in the Sun
A Raisin in the Sun is, according to The New York Times, “the play that changed American theater forever.” First produced in 1959, A Raisin in the Sun asks what happens to people whose dreams are constantly deferred. The Youngers are an African- American family living in a tiny apartment on Chicago’s south side. Mourning the loss of their patriarch, Big Walter, the family awaits the arrival of an insurance check from his life insurance policy for $10,000 that will be the seed money to start a new life for them all.

Coming soon

Costumer

KC MeltingPot Theatre
KCMelting Pot Theatre All Rights Reserved Made by WebDebSites

A Raisin in the Sun Cast/Crew

Jerron O’Neal

as Walter Lee Younger

Jabrelle Herbin

as Ruth Younger

Lynn King

as Lena Younger (Mama)

Nicole Hodges

Persley

Director

Khrystal Coppage

as Beneatha Younger

Michael Morgan

as George Murchison

Doug Schroeder

Scenographer

Robert (Tre) Coppage

as Joseph Asagai

Nick Hazel

as Karl Lindner

Xiare Davis

as Travis Younger

Claire McEwen

Stage Manager

Dennis Jackson

as Bobo

Coming soon

Theodore “Priest” Hughes

Assistant Stage Manager

Melonnie Walker

Assistant Director/Dramaturg

Costumer

Dishaun Phillips

Sound Designer

A Raisin in the Sun Cast/Crew

A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sun is, according to The New York Times, “the play that changed American theater forever.” First produced in 1959, A Raisin in the Sun asks what happens to people whose dreams are constantly deferred. The Youngers are an African-American family living in a tiny apartment on Chicago’s south side. Mourning the loss of their patriarch, Big Walter, the family awaits the arrival of an insurance check from his life insurance policy for $10,000 that will be the seed money to start a new life for them all.