Video: Theatre Raleigh’s David McClutchey Talks ‘Junk’

Ayad Akhatar’s play Junk offers an inside look at money, greed, and capitalism. Inspired by the real junk bond kings of the 1980s, the Los Angeles Times described Akhatar’s play as “part Shakespearean history play, part The Big Short.” Hear what actor David McClutchey has to say about the Theatre Raleigh production of Junk and bringing his character Maximilien Cizik to life. Junk runs through June 16th at the Kennedy Theatre. For more information visit:

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