Culture Connect Featured Event
The next production at the award-winning Hole in the Wall Theater (HITW) in New Britain, Connecticut, is The House of Yes, by Wendy MacLeod, directed by Tony Palmieri. The House of Yes tells the story of Marty Pascal, a privileged young man from McLean, Virginia, bringing his nervous fiancée, (sweet-natured waitress) Lesly, home on Thanksgiving Day in 1983, to meet his mentally-unstable twin sister, Jackie-O (called as such because of her long obsession with a particular First Lady), brother, Anthony, and detached, narcissistic mother for the first time. The volatile combination of preparing for the arrival of the new fiancée, an impending hurricane, the usual stress and strain of a big family holiday, and family secrets set the tone for this dark, twisted comedy.
- Thursday, May 16 at 8:00 pm
- Sunday, May 12 (Mother’s Day) at 2:00 pm; All moms will receive a complementary Mimosa and flower courtesy of Datura, A Modern Garden in Middletown.
Ticket prices are $20 for General Public and $15 for Students and Seniors. The Friday May 10th performance is “Pay What You Can Night” as the Hole in the Wall has a long standing policy that theater should be available to everyone!