The abiding obsession with love and death that rippled through Sarah Ruhl's "Eurydice" and "The Clean House" is again in evidence in her eccentric new comedy, "Dead Man's Cell Phone."
Scripter Sarah Ruhl resets Ovid's "Orpheus and Eurydice" in modern times and imaginatively examines it from the point of view of the deceased bride rather than that of her grieving husband…
Sarah Ruhl's "The Clean House" is a rich, ruminative work about the big themes of love, life and death from a young playwright with an original and audacious voice. This funny, tender play has screwy…
"I didn't go to medical school to clean my own house," says Lane (Mary Beth Fisher), a rigidly organized doctor expressing frustration that her Portuguese maid, Matilde (Adriana Sevan), would rather…
Cleaning is good for the soul -- and so is laughter. Both themes are elegantly and imaginatively intertwined in Sarah Ruhl's "The Clean House," the Susan Smith Blackburn winner receiving its world…
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