The House in Scarsdale is the playwright's autobiographical story of desperately trying to uncover the truth about his f*cked-up family. With a history of twisted secrets, alcohol, and mental health issues, none of them are even speaking except when they’re suing each other. Following the family’s innuendos that his uncle may actually be his father, the playwright seeks to find the one person who can share the truth. Dan O’Brien’s memoir is a highly poetic, spare, theatrical journey. Two virtuoso actors embody the whole family in an exploration of the deep need we all have to reconcile the family we want with the one we have.