JANUARY 2020 Tour


directed by Connor Berkompas

Two domestic servants, deeply resentful of their social position, attempt to murder their mistress. 

Based on the true story of the Papin sisters, two live-in maids who killed their employer's wife and daughter, Jean Genet's 1947 psychodrama takes us deep into the "shadows where servants dwell."

Each night, sisters Claire and Solange perform a dangerous ceremony when their socialite employer is away. As they religiously enact the murder of their mistress, the line between fantasy and reality begins to blur. This boldly intimate production explores Genet’s seductive world of role-playing where power, sexual identity, and desire are constantly in flux.


Nervous Theatre brings this contemporary adaptation of Genet's absurdist classic to the West Coast in its inaugural touring production.


San Diego, CA

Tenth Avenue Arts Center

January 10,  8:00 PM

January 11,  2:00 PM

January 11,  8:00 PM

January 12,  2:00 PM

Seattle, WA

Isaac Studio Theatre

January 17  8:00 PM

January 18, 8:00 PM

January 19, 2:00 PM

Bozeman, MT

The Ellen Theatre

February 28, 7:30 PM
February 29, 7:30 PM

March 1, 3:00 PM


A writer/performer from Brooklyn. Recently created the role of Nancy Reagan in Rat Queen Theatre Company's Judy Doomed Us All (Ice Factory).

BFA: Boston Conservatory


Sympathie the Clown

Connor Berkompas Headshot.jpg

Freelance director based in Southern California. Recently directed 

Macbeth at American Coast Theatre Company and Sigh No More at Vanguard University.

BFA: Boston Conservatory


Connor Berkompas

Actor, singer, dancer residing in Bozeman, MT. Has worked with various companies including Theatre by the Sea, in Matunick, RI and American Repertory Theatre in Boston, MA. 
BFA: Boston Conservatory


Annabella Joy

Production Team


Jean Genet


Bernard Frechtman



Connor Berkompas

Stage Manager

Marissa Del Gatto 

The Maids is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company.

Ticket Information

Ticket Prices

General seating | $18

Student tickets | $12

Senior/Military discount | $12