Workshops & Classes
The Clean House is a play by Sarah Ruhl that premiered in 2004 at Yale Repertory Theatre. The play is a whimsical romantic comedy about loss, love, change, and redemption. It is centered on Matilde, a Brazilian cleaning woman who would rather be a comedian.
Genesis advocates for our actors, our children, and our community through theatre and mental health experiences, and opportunities.
Are you a first-time or seasoned actor looking to join or direct a production? Are you a creative just wanting to join a class?
Through acting intensives and experiences, there are several safe spaces to protect and perfect your craft.
Are you a parent looking for a production for your child to join? Are you looking for a theatre therapy group to join?
Through our community partnerships, (schools, courts, private practices, etc) there are several ways to join a theatre therapy group or a youth production.
The Community includes partnerships, audience members, and patrons.
Being included in our community gives our friends access to mental health services through our post-production talkbacks and other avenues.
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