Seen and Heard

Seen Off Broadway: One of the pleasures of The Clean House is to be able to write about a few new designers, who got Sarah Ruhl’s odd but goofily charming play up and running at Yale Rep in 2004. Its New York debut is at Lincoln Center’s smaller space, the Mitzi E. Newhouse, which seemed smaller still, as if seating had been removed to accommodate the set. However it was accomplished the space was properly intimate, drawing us into a production that balances on the knife-edge of termin

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