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By Jean Genet
Directed by Jesse Berger

Revenge tragedy meets film noir in this seductively playful and incendiary masterpiece. House-maid sisters Solange and Claire spend their days dreaming of escape, while their bourgeois employer Madame floats through life on champagne bubbles - until fantasies turn deadly in this thrilling psychological kaleidoscope of a play. Set in a phantasmagoric world of masks and mirrors, ceremonies and sensuality, heightened language and beautiful gesture, The Maids is a ritualistic exploration of class, the nature of identity, and the power of imagination.

THE MAIDS premiered on March 6th and ran through April 1st for a strictly Limited Run.  Presented in a uniquely intimate setting it was the first major New York revival of this modern classic in years.


Claire | Jeanine Serralles

Solange | Ana Reeder

Madame | J. Smith-Cameron


Director | Jesse Berger

Set Design | Dane Laffrey

Costume Design | Sara Jean Tosetti

Lighting Design | Peter West

Sound Design | Brandon Wolcott

Properties | Morgan Fox
Production Stage Manager | Damon W. Arrington

Fight Director | David Anzuelo

Voice and Speech Consultant | Deborah Hecht

Dramaturg | Mirabelle Ordinaire

Line Producer | Evan O’Brient

"Oustanding Revival"

- Lucille Lortel Award Nomination


"Distinguished Revival"

- Drama League Award Nomination


"#1 Critic's Pick"

- Time Out New York

“Revelatory- Full throttle performances”

– The New Yorker


“Exhilirating-Intensely intimate”

– Time Out NY

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