Director and playwright Niyi Coker discusses his experience directing the classic “A Raisin in the Sun” in Sweden, where, with new waves of immigration, they have experienced a rise of racial clashes and hostility. In this context, he addresses race relations here and in Europe, and the power of art to heal wounds and bridge gaps across cultures.
A Raisin in the Midnight Sun
February 8, 2005
Little Center Theater, Clark University
RT: 63 minutes
Higgins School of Humanities