THE RULES by Dipika Guha | San Francisco Playhouse (2016)
       
     
 "Rows of women’s clothing — blouses, skirts, sweaters, dresses — hang from the rafters. With beams of fluorescent lights flickering on and off, all the empty garments suggest a host of ghostly bodies, a sisterhood of silent witnesses. The Laura Ashley collection is represented in a range of the palest pastels. This open-faced closet contains the solid material for a workable metaphor: how women present themselves to the world, what they conceal and what they show, the private self conflicted with her public twin." - Jeffrey Edalatpour, SF Weekly
       
     
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THE RULES by Dipika Guha | San Francisco Playhouse (2016)
       
     
THE RULES by Dipika Guha | San Francisco Playhouse (2016)

Director: Susannah Martin | Scenic: Angrette McCloskey | Lighting: Wolfgang Wachalovsky | Costumes: Ashley Holvick

 "Rows of women’s clothing — blouses, skirts, sweaters, dresses — hang from the rafters. With beams of fluorescent lights flickering on and off, all the empty garments suggest a host of ghostly bodies, a sisterhood of silent witnesses. The Laura Ashley collection is represented in a range of the palest pastels. This open-faced closet contains the solid material for a workable metaphor: how women present themselves to the world, what they conceal and what they show, the private self conflicted with her public twin." - Jeffrey Edalatpour, SF Weekly
       
     

"Rows of women’s clothing — blouses, skirts, sweaters, dresses — hang from the rafters. With beams of fluorescent lights flickering on and off, all the empty garments suggest a host of ghostly bodies, a sisterhood of silent witnesses. The Laura Ashley collection is represented in a range of the palest pastels. This open-faced closet contains the solid material for a workable metaphor: how women present themselves to the world, what they conceal and what they show, the private self conflicted with her public twin." - Jeffrey Edalatpour, SF Weekly

TheRules_4.jpg
       
     
TheRules_21.jpg
       
     
RulesiPhone2.JPG
       
     
RulesiPhone1.JPG