Clybourne Park by Bruce NorrisUpdated after watching a full performance--
I still dont think enjoyable is the proper word for this, but it is an important show with deep themes and a poignant message (maybe several poignant messages). To watch the show go through its full arc from Act I to Act II is really incredible and Ive picked up on different things both of the last two nights Ive been at the theatre. Yes, the characters are neurotic assholes, but you have to dig past that level and go further. See the way Betsy, Karls wife, is deaf and barely able to speak in Act I and then how the same actress, as Lindsey, is constantly being cut off or talked over by Steve in Act II. How they all bounce back and forth discussing national capitals and things like downhill skiing. How Kathy in Act II is the daughter of Betsy from Act I. Its all beautifully interwoven.
Bumped up to 3.5 stars.
I still think Aaron Burr is spot-on, though.
Not a huge fan and Im still wondering how this convoluted thing won the Pulitzer. Anyway, were performing this at my community theatre and all of the actors are fantastic, I just cant stand the characters they play. Theyre so neurotic and constantly either mindlessly chattering or arguing over the most mundane, irrelevant topics as they dance around the topic of race and racism without ever actually SAYING (until the end, anyway) that thats what theyre worried about. This does work as a sort of sequel to Raisin in the Sun (which I loved), but the message I really take away from this play is that people talk entirely too much about the most irrelevant, banal shit.
Aaron Burrs got it right. This is what we need to do.
2019 California Real Estate Market Predictions - Bruce Norris Recap
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Prices have leveled and decreased in some geographic regions, several areas have blown through past-peak prices, and many are worried how state and national leaders will balance growth with rising deficits on the backs of life-time low interest rates and dismal GDP growth. At some point, Norris thinks that the kicking-the-can-down-the-road approach will have to end as Baby Boomers retire to the tune of 10, per day. Broken systems will eventually crack unless addressed. All of which can have significant impacts on retirees as well as real estate at large. Many scoffed at the findings that ultimately came true. Norris does not mince words when discussing aspects of his report. To me, that will have everything to do with where it will be safe and profitable to put money.
With the stock market and real estate prices at all time highs, many people believe a correction is coming. If so, wouldn't you love to know where you should put your money? Today's show will surely give you some great insight. My guest is well known for his ability to forecast long-term real estate market trends and timing. Bruce Norris is an active investor, hard money lender, and real estate educator with over 35 years experience. He's been involved in more than 2, real estate transactions as a buyer, seller, builder, and money partner.
I've been a follower of Bruce and his wisdom for years now and I was honored to have a chance to interview him Thursday on my radio show. Bruce has been involved in more than 2, real estate transactions as a buyer, seller, builder, and money partner. Bruce has dedicated himself to understanding the economic field in southern California and it shows in his work. The Norris Group buys and sells houses, they teach people how to buy and sell through their education training system, and they have a lending business in southern California. I have taken the Norris group boot camp and I've sent my husband to take it too, that arm of the company is extremely beneficial to investors.
Join us as Bruce shares with the Black Inland Empire Real Estate Investment Club .. This is a follow-up to his talk Stay Put, Cash Out, or Change Seats.
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The gig: Bruce Norris, 61, founded Norris Group in , a family-run firm based in Riverside that invests in single-family homes and educates and finances other investors. Norris built an avid following after correctly predicting the last real estate boom and bust. I was married at That was an important goal of mine — to have the flexibility of having worked hard enough to have income without working [coming from investments], and also working a business that I could run how I wanted to, not how somebody else wanted to. It was quite an eye-opener, to understand that you could make literally 10 times as much money as you used to.