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In the heart of a bustling kitchen at a somewhat run-down truck stop in Pennsylvania, a unique ritual unfolds. The staff, all formerly incarcerated individuals seeking redemption, gather to speak their truths. Then, as if shedding the weight of their pasts, they set about their culinary duties.

Within this culinary haven, the team works diligently under the watchful eye of their boss, Clyde, a figure who embodies both tough love and authority. Their shared mission is clear: to craft the ultimate sandwich while harboring dreams of escaping their checkered pasts for a brighter future.

The European premiere of "CLYDE’S," a production teeming with humor and hope, marks a remarkable collaboration between the double Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Lynn Nottage, and acclaimed director Lynette Linton. This endeavor follows their previous success with the Donmar's five-star production of "SWEAT," which ultimately graced the stages of London's West End.

Lynn Nottage, the mastermind behind the show, is a renowned American playwright celebrated for her profound exploration of the lives of working-class individuals, with a particular focus on those from the Black community. Her extraordinary talent has earned her two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama – the first in 2009 for "Ruined" and the second in 2017 for "Sweat." Notably, she stands as the sole woman to have achieved this remarkable distinction.

Nottage's creative genius has also been recognized with a MacArthur Genius Fellowship, a testament to her exceptional contributions to the world of theater. In 2019, Time magazine acknowledged her influence by including her in their prestigious list of the 100 Most Influential People. Currently, she holds the esteemed position of associate professor of playwriting at Columbia University and serves as an artist-in-residence at the Park Avenue Armory. Her thought-provoking plays have not only left an indelible mark on American theater but have also resonated with audiences worldwide.

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Theatre Address

Donmar Warehouse,
41 Earlham Street,
Seven Dials,
London,
WC2H 9LX

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