Playing House is a comedy about depression, marriage, healing, and the yearning for viable family structures. Cory is in love with her homosexual greencard husband, David; June was their flower girl. They all live together in a loft under the Brooklyn Bridge, playing house, grappling with the meaning of relationships, family, growing up, and psychic healing. Patrick, David's Canadian boyfriend, just wants to go clubbing. Aaron Rhyne directs this play by Brooke Berman. This is an Equity Showcase Production.