Clean, a New American Comedy, Gets NYC Run June 16-July 1

News   Clean, a New American Comedy, Gets NYC Run June 16-July 1
Clean, Bob Epstein's new offbeat comedy about a pampered heiress on a quest, will premiere in an Off-Off-Broadway showcase production at Urban Stages in Manhattan June 16-July 1.

Directed by Christopher Maring, "this fantastical comedy finds Digby, the spoiled daughter of a wealthy industrialist, on an enlightening LIRR journey to the chic Hamptons," according to production notes. "When her daddy is busted for shady business dealings, Digby turns to a quirky entertainment lawyer and an undercover FBI agent (who may be just plain crazy) to prove his innocence and preserve her privileged way of life. Sometimes it's dirty work keeping clean."

Bob Epstein produced and wrote the feature film "The Gauguin Museum," seen in festivals. He was the executive music producer for the film "The Next Big Thing," in which he also appeared.

The cast includes stage veteran Albert Insinnia, Karl Jacob, John Kudan, Nancy Rodriguez, Cherene Snow, Bjorn Thorstad and Sarah Viccellio (as Digby).

The creative team includes set designer Sarah Pearline, lighting designer Amith Chandrashaker, costume designer Katherine Hampton Noland, sound designer Tim Cramer, projection designer Katy Tucker and fight choreographer Jacob Grigolia-Rosenbaum.

The performance schedule for Clean is Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday at 8 PM; Sunday at 7 PM with an additional performance on June 27 at 4 PM. Seats at $18 are available through Smarttix at (212) 868-4444 or via For more information, visit

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