Clutter: The True Story of the Collyer Brothers Who Never Threw Anything Out will make its Midwest premiere at the Greenhouse Theater Center in Chicago, January 19-March 11, 2012. Clutter is written by seven-time Emmy Award winner Mark Saltzman. Wayne Mell will direct.

Clutter is based on the true story of the wealthy and reclusive Collyer brothers who became hoarders and notorious shut-ins in their Fifth Avenue mansion in 1920's Harlem. Narrated by the brothers and the police investigating the bizarre case, Clutter is a darkly fascinating tale that explores the many facets of human behavior.

Clutter stars Andrew J. Pond as Langley Collyer, Edward Kuffert as Homer Collyer, Joe Mack as Sgt. Reilly Dolan, and Michael Jay Bullaro as Patrolman Keven Dolan. The production also features Stephen M. Genovese and Tim Walsh.

The production will feature sound design by Bob Boxer, lighting design by Matthew R. Godlewski, properties design by Mary Odowd, and set design by Andrei Onegin.

Saltzman won his Emmys as part of the writing team for Sesame Street.

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