Wash the dishes. Mop the floors. Change the sheets. Change the past.
Charlotte is a wife and mother who’ll try anything to put her family back together. Playwright Selina Fillinger’s new drama slips into the jagged cracks of a sex crime’s aftermath—the guilt, the grief, and the ways we grapple with the unthinkable.
Something Clean was originally commissioned and developed through the Sideshow Theatre Company Freshness Initiative.
Something Clean Creative
Roundabout’s work with new and emerging playwrights and directors, as well as development of new work, is made possible by Katheryn Patterson and Tom Kempner.
- Alec Baldwin
- James Costa and John Archibald
- Linda L. D’Onofrio
- Peggy and Mark Ellis
- Howard Gilman Foundation
- Jodi Glucksman
- Sylvia Golden
- Judith and Douglas Krupp
- K. Myers
- Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
- Ira Pittelman
- Laura S. Rodgers
- Seedlings Foundation
- Mary Solomon
- Lauren and Danny Stein
- Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
- The Tow Foundation
About Roundabout Underground
Roundabout Underground productions are produced in Roundabout's Black Box Theatre located within the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. It is an initiative designed to foster new works by emerging theatre artists. Roundabout Underground allows Roundabout to take artistic risks that are not viable on its larger stages, whether giving a debut production to an emerging writer or allowing an experienced director to go back to his or her creative roots. In addition to receiving an opportunity to debut their works as full-scale productions, up-and-coming playwrights receive the significant artistic and financial support of the country's largest not-for-profit theatre and a nurturing environment in which to debut their work. Note: Roundabout Underground productions cannot be purchased as part of a season package.
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Bobbie Clearly, by Alex Lubischer, 2018
Too Heavy for Your Pocket, by Jiréh Breon Holder, 2017
On The Exhale, by Martín Zimmerman, 2017
Kingdom Come, by Jenny Rachel Weiner, Tow Playwright-in-Residence, 2016
Ugly Lies the Bone, by Lindsey Ferrentino, 2015
Little Children Dream of God, by Jeff Augustin, Tow Playwright-in-Residence, 2015
Too Much, Too Much, Too Many, by Meghan Kennedy, 2013
Bad Jews, by Joshua Harmon, 2012
Suicide, Incorporated, by Andrew Hinderaker, 2011
The Dream of the Burning Boy, by David West Read, 2011
Tigers Be Still, by Kim Rosenstock, 2010
Ordinary Days, by Adam Gwon, 2009
The Language of Trees, by Steven Levenson, 2008
Speech & Debate, by Stephen Karam, 2007
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