Chicago Sun-Times
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⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Fast-paced and uproariously funny, CLYDE'S is a spicy feast for the senses.”
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Jeanne HuffBoise Weekly
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"a whirling tour de force, both brazen and fragile"
Kemper Corner Reviews@KCReviews
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"inspires a hunger for goodness, for integrity, for something to believe..."
The Guardian
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⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Eat before you go, or the riffs on fantasy fillings will rumble your belly."
Jeanne HuffBoise Weekly
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"exudes so much energy, angst and passion"
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by Lynn Nottage

January 31 - February 17, 2024

Run Time: ~90 minutes

A story of solidarity and second chances that serves up the funny in short order. Down the road from Stan’s bar in Reading, PA, Jason joins a motley crew of former inmates who grill up great new grub for truckers in a bid for the perfect sandwich despite the terrifying owner dishin’ out some serious side-eye!

“It’s about striving for perfection and realising there is no such thing as the perfect sandwich or the perfect song or the perfect dance. What there is is just the intention, the process, and the joy that goes into creating.”

-Lynn Nottage during an interview with The Guardian


At Clyde’s, sandwiches aren’t just convenient meals served at lunch and dinner; they tell stories, hold truths, and nourish dreams… the drama blossoms into a poignant story about worker solidarity and the meaning of second chances, loaded with laugh-out-loud funny jokes. …If Sweat cataloged the pain of betrayal, then Clyde’s finds itself exploring not just good versus evil, but the strength of solidarity.

          –Lovia Gyarkye, The Hollywood Reporter

“…flavor-bomb of a comedy about survival, second chances, and digesting whatever life serves up… a subversion of familiar genres, including drawing room comedy and workplace drama, and the value judgments conventionally inherent to them. By nature of her composition, Nottage also questions which sorts of rooms and people have previously been considered worthy of sustained attention.



Morning Edition host George Prentice chats with director Chanel Bragg and two of her production’s co-stars, David Kepner and Shonda Royall about their love for the play, the endless layers to the story, and even a bit of Clyde’s-inspired beatboxing. At Clyde’s, drama is baked into comedy (you’ll hunger for more):


Clyde – Yolanda London*
Jason – David Kepner
Rafael – Eddie Maldonado*
Letitia – Shonda Royall
Montrellous – Roosevelt Watts

Yolanda London*

David Kepner

Eddie Maldonado*

Shonda Royall

Roosevelt Watts

Production and Design Team

Chanel Bragg

Director – Chanel Bragg
Stage Manager – Rachel Kaufman*
Assistant Stage Manager – Kelly Edwards
Scenic Designer – Erin Davidson
Costume Designer – Chanté Thornton Hamann
Sound Designer – Amara Skinner
Lighting Designer – Ak Webb
Technical Director – Nico Hewitt
Sound Technician – Brayden Buckley
Master Electrician – Ak Webb
Props/Scenic Painting – Lily Kennedy
Costume Assistant – Cassandra McCarty

* = Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.


Ben Voris@bwvoris
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The 5x5 was wonderful—with one rehearsal! Loved the chance to listen to the Q&A with the actors and to shake their hands. Looking forward to Sweat.
Kris Clegg@kris.clegg.10
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What an incredible show! Thank you!! You, the cast and the play were amazing!
Edna Shochat@Edna.Shochat
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Thank you for this show. And what a performance that was.

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Show Times

Wednesday & Thursday – 7:00 pm

Friday & Saturday – 8:00 pm

Saturday Matinee – 2:00 pm

Special Performance Dates

Preview Nights:
Wed, Jan 31, 2024 – Fri, Feb 2, 2024

Pay What You Want Night:
Wed, Jan 31, 2024

First Thursday Happy Hour:
5:30-6:30 pm, Thu, Feb 1, 2024

Opening Night:
Sat, Feb 3, 2024

Educators’ Night:
Wed, Feb 7, 2024

Post-Show Convo:
Sat, Feb 10, 2024, & on Fri, Feb 16, 2024

Closing Night:
Sat, Feb 17, 2024

Content and Stage Effects Advisory

BCT does not proactively offer advisories about subject matter, as sensitivities vary from person to person.

If you have any questions about content, age-appropriateness or stage effects (such as strobe lights or theatrical fog) that might have a bearing on patron comfort, please contact the box office at 208.331.9224 or

Ticket Prices

Preview Performances

(First Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday prior to Opening Night)

               All Seats – $28

Regular Performances

               Section A – $45

               Section B – $38

               Section C – $32

Student Tickets

As part of our commitment to keeping theater accessible to everyone, we will continue to offer discounted student tickets to anyone with a valid Student ID. Student tickets are valid in any available seating area.

               All Seats – $15

*Prices do not include applicable taxes and fees.

Seating Map

Seating prices are based
on where you sit.

Seats are divided into 4 sections:
Section A, Section B, Section C,
and the BCT BOX.

All seating prices will be based on the Section where your tickets are located regardless of day.

Click on the seating chart below to see the seating sections.

*Preview performances and student tickets are priced at a single discounted rate and not seated according to section.


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