Your Turn to Clean the Stair

Cast: 3f 2m

Staging: Single built set

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Imprint: Nick Hern Books
First Staged:
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh 1992

Your Turn to Clean the Stair

By Rona Munro

A comically sinister study of the tensions in an Edinburgh tenement.

Old Mrs Mackie has always been in charge of her stair, the communal stairwell she shares with inhabitants like tough single-mum Kay and brittle young couple Lisa and Brian. And then there's dodgy Bobby who just gets on everyone's nerves. So when – after avoiding his stair-cleaning duties once again – Bobby's body is found at the bottom of the stairs, the question is not did he fall or was he pushed, but whodunnit?

Rona Munro's play Your Turn to Clean the Stair was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, in April 1992 and subsequently on tour.

Press Quotes

'neat, well-organised psychological whodunnit – full of wit and energy'

Guardian

'develops almost imperceptibly from slice-of-life realism into a subtle study of sexual relationships and contrasting attitudes to sex'

Scotsman

Cast: 3f 2m

Staging:Single built set

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Imprint: Nick Hern Books

Also by Rona Munro:

The Astronaut's Chair
Scuttlers
Iron
Long Time Dead
Gilt
Captain Corelli's Mandolin (stage version)
James I: The Key Will Keep the Lock
Pandas
James II: Day of the Innocents
Bold Girls
The Basement Flat
The Last Witch
The Maiden Stone
Fugue
Strawberries in January
Mary Barton (stage version)
The James Plays
Your Turn to Clean the Stair & Fugue
The House of Bernarda Alba
James III: The True Mirror
Little Eagles
Saturday at the Commodore
The Indian Boy

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