The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Abigail Bower

Finalist! 2005 Pulitzer Prize in Drama
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February 15, 16, 21, 22, 23  – 7:30 pm

February 17 & 24  – 2pm

Adults:  $15-20

Students:  $10-15


Rebecca Bailey

Elena Greenlee

Darby Hiebert

Gene Kraus

Marcela Williamson

BarnArts Winter Community Play at the Grange Theatre

The Clean House

A romantic comedy about love, loss, change and redemption, The Clean House takes place in what the author describes as “metaphysical Connecticut,” mostly in the home of a married couple who are both doctors. They have hired a housekeeper named Matilde, an aspiring comedian from Brazil who’s more interested in coming up with the perfect joke than in house-cleaning. Lane, the lady of the house, has an eccentric sister named Virginia who’s just nuts about house-cleaning. She and Matilde become fast friends, and Virginia takes over the cleaning while Matilde works on her jokes. Trouble comes when Lane’s husband Charles reveals that he has found his soul mate, or “bashert” in a cancer patient named Ana, on whom he has operated.