Our Next Production Opens March 15th!
by William Shakespeare
March 15 – April 6
Hole in the Wall Theater is proud to present the classic Scottish tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Keeping most of the original dialogue, we set the stage in the gritty, black-and-white, world of film noir as we follow Macbeth, prophesied by three witches to be king of Scotland. His path to the throne is a dark one, however, as what lays ahead of him includes betrayal, murder, and madness.
The show will run for four (4) weekends between March 15th and April 6th, with nine (9) performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm, with one (1) Sunday matinee, March 24th at 2 pm. The Friday, March 22nd is our annual Pay-What-You-Can Night. View the show’s cast list here.
Tickets will be available for purchase at the door ($20 general admission /$15 for students/seniors (62+) with ID), or you can secure your tickets in advance by purchasing them online ($17 general admission/$12 seniors/students), or calling in a phone reservation to 860-229-3049 (payable at the door).
Hole in the Wall Theater is located at 116 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051. Patrons are encouraged to park in the parking garage (which becomes free after 5 pm) on Chestnut Street, next door to the New Britain police station.
Hole in the Wall Theater wishes to thank the American Savings Foundation for sponsoring our production and providing funding for a special matinee performance for New Britain High students.
Our Next Showcase Performance
By Jason Wells
April 12th & 13th
Hole in the Wall Theater welcomes local theater group Backyard Theater Ensemble for a one weekend performance of Jason Wells’ The North Plan. After a ruthless faction seizes power in Washington, Carlton Berg, a bureaucrat for the State Department, runs off with the new regime’s top secret enemies list. Unfortunately for Carlton, the chase has come to an end in a police station in the Ozarks town of Lodus. With a pair of DHS agents on the way, Carlton’s last hope is in the people around him: an unsympathetic police chief, an ambivalent administrative assistant, and fellow prisoner Tanya Shepke, a motor-mouthed recidivist who’s turned herself in for drunk driving and thinks Skynyrd should be on the new money. This dark, political comedy is as hilarious as it is gripping, and is something you won’t want to miss!
Performances will be held Friday April 12th at 8:00PM, Saturday April 13th at 2:00 PM, and Saturday April 13th at 8:00PM.
Tickets will be available for purchase at the door ($20 general admission /$15 for students/seniors (62+) with ID), or you can secure them in advance by purchasing tickets online ($17 general admission/$12 seniors/students), or calling in a phone reservation to 860-229-3049 (payable at the door).
For more information, visit our Facebook Event.