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Something Clean

May 4—June 30, 2019

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre Black Box Theatre

Something Clean

May 4—June 30, 2019

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An unimaginable crime. An unmissable new drama.

Roundabout Underground brings another bold and vibrant new voice to the New York stage with Something Clean, “a beautifully observed, richly compassionate new drama” about the aftermath of the unthinkable.

This New York Times Critic’s Pick tells the story of Charlotte, a wife and mother desperate to put her world back together after her son’s crime brings it crashing down.

Rich with humor and humanity, Something Clean is “a shattering, heartrending exploration of the ripple effects of rape culture” (Time Out), a stirring appeal for the empathy we owe each other.

Running time: 85 minutes with no intermission.

Please note that there is no late seating for this production and the show begins promptly. If you arrive after the designated performance time you will not be admitted.

This is rated 4 out of 5 stars

Four Stars!

—Time Out New York & New York Stage Review

Something Clean Cast

Kathryn Erbe
Daniel Jenkins
Christopher Livingston

Something Clean Creative

Selina Fillinger
Scenic Design
Reid Thompson
Costume Design
Valérie Thérèse Bart
Lighting Design
Jiyoun Chang
Original Compositions & Sound Design
Palmer Hefferan
Production Stage Manager
Kristi Hess
Margot Bordelon

Major support for Something Clean and Roundabout Underground is provided by Jodi Glucksman.

Something Clean was originally commissioned and developed through the Sideshow Theatre Company Freshness Initiative.

Something Clean is a recipient of the 2019 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award.

We gratefully acknowledge
The roundabout Leaders for new works
  • 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
  • Katheryn Patterson and Tom Kempner
  • Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
  • Ira Pittelman
  • Laura S. Rodgers
  • 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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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

The empty house of Black Box Theatre. Two chairs are washed in red and yellow light at the front of rows and rows of chairs.

Presented at

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

Black Box Theatre

111 West 46th Street, New York, NY

between 6th and 7th Avenues