The Ghent Playhouse Presents “Clever Little Lies”

Join us at the Ghent Playhouse when we present Joe DiPietro’s Clever Little Lies, a contemporary adult play that sheds a comedic light on the serious and secret corners of marriage, relationships and family.  

The opening of Clever Little Lies has been changed to Friday, January 26 It will run for two weekends, BUT here’s the good news – – – 2 matinees have been added – – – Saturday January 27 and Saturday February 3 – – – both at 2pm.

Shows are Fridays (1/26 and 2/2) at 8pm

Saturdays 1/27 and 2/3 at 2pm and 8pm

Sundays (1/28 and 2/4) at 2pm

A mother always knows when something is wrong, and this mother is determined to dig deep for the truth when her husband returns home, a bit on edge, from a tennis match with his son. Hell-bent on getting to the bottom of things; determined to get to the bottom of things, she invites her son and daughter-in-law for drinks and dessert, causing uproarious chaos. 


Rob Weber and Meg Dooley in “Clever Little Lies,” Photo: Matt Sikora

Meg Dooley and Erin Harwood in “Clever Little Lies,” Photo: Matt Sikora















Meg Dooley returns to the Ghent Playhouse stage as the mother, Alice.  Rob Weber, who appeared in last year’s True West, plays her husband, and Erin Harwood, who was the sensitive princess in last season’s Once Upon a Mattress is the young daughter-in-law and new mother. 

 Clever Little Lies is directed by the Ghent Playhouse’s Artistic Director, Cathy Lee-Visscher, who also designed the set.  Matt Sikora is Assistant Director and Stage Manager and lighting is by Max Lagonia.

Tickets are $22 each, $17 for Members of the Playhouse and $10 for Students with ID.  Tickets may be reserved by calling 1-800-838-3006 or going to the website at


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