The Open House

The Open House

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People have been born into families since people started getting born at all. Playwrights have been trying to write Family Plays for a long time, too. And typically these plays try to answer endlessly complicated questions of blood and duty and inheritance and responsibility. They try to answer the question, "Can things really change?" People have been trying nobly for years and years to have plays solve in two hours what hasn't been solved in many lifetimes. This has to stop.

WINNER! 2014 Lucille Lortel Award - Outstanding Play

WINNER! 2014 Obie & Drama Desk Awards

by Will Eno

Wryly humorous and deeply engaged in the odd kinks and quirks of language and its fuzzy relationship to meaning..."

— New York Times

"FOUR STARS! Will Eno's play about family dysfunction has plenty of wit and insight."

—New York Daily News