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A maid who hates cleaning dreams about creating the perfect joke. A doctor who treats cancer leaves his heart inside one of his patients. A woman who keeps her house in order realizes her life is a mess. This is a play of uncommon romance and uncommon comedy by "a playwright with a unique comic voice, perspective, and sense of theater" (Variety).
Sarah Ruhl was born in Wilmette, Illinois. She studied under Paula Vogel at brown University and did graduate work at Pembroke College Oxford. She gained widespread recognition for The Clean House, the romantic comedy about a physician who cannot convince her depressed Brazillian maid to clean her house. It won the the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize (2004) and it was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2005. (Resource - Wikipedia)
Where: The Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut Street, Boulder
Tickets: 2-for-1 Thursday shows; $22 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors. $18 CU Students
The Box Office is open Tuesday through Friday, 1-5pm and one hour before show time.
Tickets can also be purchased online by clicking HERE.
The Clean House is presented in part by a grant from the Boulder Arts Commission, a division of the Boulder City Council.