The Property at The Clurman Theater is a play about Irene (Rachel Botchan), her husband Eddie (Warren Kelly), her ex husband Vernon (Sam Tsoutsouvas) and a person who rents their cottage named Greg (John Long) and her son whom she tries to control, Todd (Phil Gillen). Produced by New Light Theater Project, Ben Josephson's play deals with Irene who is in a loveless relationship with Eddie. Eddie is anathema to her ex husband, a swashbuckling real estate magnate who could care less about anybody but himself. He is a proud capitalist, unlike Ed who is a socialist. Ed is always about the people. He constantly preaches to his step son to be honest and caring of others. Irene likes the advice Ed gives Todd. She is a doting mother and any attention heaped at Todd is good. Both mother and child, however, think Ed is a buffoon. Ed is in a dead end job at the book store he works at, but he doesn't care because he loves to read and quote the great writers. His collection of books is spectacular and reading is the only thing that he truly loves. Irene is willing to put up with Eddie because he is safe, he would never cheat on her like her ex, he is good to her son, and everything is status quo, until Greg shows up to rent their cottage.