Play House – Is it a Sign of Deeper Commitment?

Play House

Many couples are attracted to the idea of playing house, but are they sure that it’s the right thing to do? While playing house is natural, it can also be a sign of a deeper commitment. However, playing house too long can signal a partner’s fear of committing. Instead, couples should talk about their relationship goals and what they’d like to get out of it. Psychologist Pricilla Martinez says playing house is perfectly acceptable, but if it goes on too long, it might be a sign of a deeper commitment.

The first directors of the Cleveland Play House were all internal hires, preferring to hire someone familiar with the local community. The first director was K. ELMO LOWE, who continued to produce conservative plays, but also sought out new ones. Lowe eventually had to leave the company, but the Play House continued to grow and become a professional company. In 1926, the Play House built a two-theatre complex on Euclid Avenue. Then in 1949, the Play House acquired the Drurys Theatre building on Euclid Avenue, and the company added a third theatre.