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The Clean House was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2005 and is one of Sarah Ruhl’s most beloved plays. The play takes place in 'metaphysical Connecticut' – near NYC and near 'the sea.' Married doctors employ a Brazilian housekeeper, Matilde, who isn’t particularly interested in house cleaning, but prefers instead to focus on coming up with the perfect joke, meanwhile grieving her deceased parents. The particularities of Matilde overlap with irony and gentleness the privileged concerns and real struggles of her employers and those closest to them. The play touches on the interwoven humanity in loss and love and is ultimately a story of compassion (and the purpose of humor) told through the semi-surreal and playful perspective of Sarah Ruhl.
Director: Abigail Bower
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