By Sarah Ruhl, Directed by Jim Geisel
Brazilian immigrant Matilde is hired as a housekeeper by busy doctors Lane and Charles – only she’d rather tell jokes than clean! An alliance with Lane’s eccentric sister and Charles’s affair with a patient take the story to unexpected places with revelations of pain, hope and laughter. The Clean House is a wildly funny, whimsical look at class, comedy, and the nature of love that gives new meaning to “I almost died laughing.” This extraordinary play by an exciting new voice in American drama was runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize.
Please Note: Mature Language