Lynn Nottage's Clyde's Ends Broadway Run January 16 | Playbill

Broadway News Lynn Nottage's Clyde's Ends Broadway Run January 16

The play stars Uzo Aduba, Kara Young, Ron Cephas, Edmund Donovan, and Reza Salazar.

Uzo Aduba and Ron Cephas Jones in Clyde's Joan Marcus

Clyde's, the new play from two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, ends its limited run on Broadway January 16 at Second Stage’s Helen Hayes Theater. Previews began November 3, 2021, ahead of an opening November 23, with the final stretch of performances being live streamed.

Starring Uzo Aduba in the title role, Clyde’s also features Ron Cephas Jones, Edmund Donovan, Reza Salazar, and Kara Young. The play is set at a truck stop diner, where a number of people are trying to restart their lives and stay out of trouble after spending time in prison.

Kate Whoriskey directs, with a creative team featuring scenic designer Takeshi Kata, costume designer Jennifer Moeller, lighting designer Christopher Akerlind, sound designer Justin Ellington, and composer Justin Hicks. Casting is by The Telsey Office.

To go along with the show, the production is offering a series of social justice initiatives aimed at people affected by the U.S. criminal justice system. Among them are a paid apprenticeship at Second Stage for impacted youth; an art exhibit at the Hayes Theater featuring works by people impacted by the justice system; and a job fair aimed at connecting justice system-impacted individuals with job opportunities and training. For more information, visit

Take a 1st Look at Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s on Broadway

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