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Ceilidh X; An evening of Celtic song

Join us on Saturday, April 22 at 7pm, for Ceilidh X, our annual Celtic music fest to raise money for the Hole in the Wall Theater! After a ten year run we are wrapping up this event with a traditional Celtic luau – so wear your best grass kilt! Suitable […]

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Auditions for J. Caesar at Hole in the Wall

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Hole in the Wall Theater audition dates for J. Caesar (Julius Caesar) by William Shakespeare and adapted by William Arnold will be on Sunday, March 26 and Monday, March 27 at 7:00 pm at the Hole in the Wall Theater at 116 Main Street, New Britain, CT. The production will […]

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“Through a Glass Darkly” at Hole in the Wall Theater

Hole in the Wall Theater is proud to present the New England premiere of “Through A Glass Darkly,” the stage adaptation of acclaimed Swedish director Ingmar Bergman’s 1961 Academy Award winning film by the same name. In this poignant psychological drama, Karin—a young wife, older sister and only daughter—finds herself […]

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Auditions for “Through a Glass Darkly”

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Hole in the Wall Theater will hold open auditions for “Through a Glass Darkly,” a play by Ingmar Bergmann, adapted for the stage by Jenny Worton, on Sunday and Monday, November 23 and 24, with callbacks on Tuesday, November 25. Auditions will be held at Trinity-on-Main, 69 Main Street, room […]

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Love Loves a Pornographer to open at Hole in the Wall Theater

The next production at the award-winning Hole in the Wall Theater (HITW) in New Britain, Connecticut is Love Loves a Pornographer by Jeff Goode. This faux British Victorian farce is a deeply silly and enjoyable period satire on sexual hypocrisy. The play is set in an English drawing room, belonging to novelist […]

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Hole in the Wall Theater Closes Season with “Mastodons”

What did you want to be when you grew up? A ballerina? A spy? A ballerina-spy? And what if that dream came true? This is the world of award-winning playwright Rachel Teagle’s new off-beat comedy “The Impracticality of Modern-Day Mastodons,” featuring a unique kinetic sculpture by renowned Hartford artist Anne […]

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Hole In The Wall Theater in New Britain brings its magic to Shakespeare’s The Tempest

The award-winning Hole In The Wall Theater (HITW) in New Britain, Connecticut, continues its long-tradition of unique and compelling interpretations of Shakespeare with its next production The Tempest. Director Scott Kegler is taking a very physical approach to Shakespeare’s tale of magic, romance, and intrigue and will be reintroducing the […]

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