The Rules of Charity
About The Rules of Charity
Written by the late John Belluso, a playwright who championed honest portrayals of people with disabilities, “The Rules of Charity” sees an older generation clash with the younger in a “lacerating critique of altruism” (SF Weekly). Monty, a brilliant father who has Cerebral Palsy and uses a wheelchair, spars with his care-taker daughter in the haunting relationship at the heart of this play that examines what it means to be disabled and marginalized in modern American society.
Recommended for ages 14 and up. Contains mature themes.