After a fight over the family cattle business,… Continue reading
We provide a stage, a piano and a mic. You provide the talent!
Hosted by Terri D’Arcangelo, this show runs from 2:00-4:00 P.M on Sunday, February 4th. Doors open at 1:30 P.M. for sign ups with eleven ten minute slots available on a first come, first serve basis.
Admission for all is $10. BYOB with some concessions available for sale.
Hole In The Wall Theater is located at 116 Main St. New Britain. Free parking is available in the Chestnut… Continue reading
Come and bid farewell to 2017 and welcome 2018 at Hole In The Wall Theater’s New Year’s Open Mic Night. We provide the stage, a mic and a piano: you provide the entertainment. Air your grievances of the past year or your hopes for the coming one with a song, poetry recital, comedy set, magic trick….whatever talents you’d like to share! This event takes place Saturday, January 6th. Doors open at 7:30 for sign ups. Show takes place… Continue reading
The Hole In The Wall Theater is proud to announce their upcoming production of “It’s A Wonderful LIfe: A Live Radio Play”. Based on the movie by Frank Capra Jr and adapted for stage-radio by Tony Palermo, this limited time engagement will only take place one weekend: Friday December 15th, Saturday December 16h at 8:00 P.M. and Sunday December 17th at 2:00 P.M.
Come and see the same heartwarming, holiday tale of George Bailey you’ve watched on the big screen… Continue reading
Directed by Christina Giannelli; Assistant Director, Eric Jolicoeur; Stage Manager, Mallory Spencer and Producer, Scott Hoffman
It’s 1910, and hard times are approaching for the estate of Lady Manors: Addison Park. As she struggles to save her home in Edwardian England, she must also recline on her chaise lounge because that is what a well-born Lady does!… Continue reading
Hole in the Wall Theater of New Britain has been a member of Connecticut’s artistic, theater community for almost forty five years. Like other non-profits we rely solely on the generosity of the community to sustain our group and cover the expenses required to operate. We are reaching out to this community now in hopes of raising enough donations and awareness of our cause to cover the remaining expenses as we close out one season and attempt to continue on… Continue reading
Auditions set for School for Manners by Bill Arnold The Hole In The Wall Theater is proud to announce auditions for our upcoming production of “School For Manners” by Bill Arnold. The world premiere of this new comedy is being Directed by Christina Giannelli, Assistant Directed by Eric Jolicoeur and Produced by Scott Hoffman. The production dates run November 17th through December 9th with Friday and Saturday evening performances at 8:00 P.M. and one Sunday performance at 2:00… Continue reading
It’s down the rabbit hole and into the fantastical world of Lewis Carroll, as Hole in the Wall Theater presents Rachel Teagle’s adaptation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for the next three weekends. Teatime is at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, July 28 and 29 and August 4 and 5, with 2 p.m. Sunday matinees on July 30 and August 6.
Tickets are $20 for adults, and $15 for students and senior adults. Purchase tickets at the box office, reserve… Continue reading
Don’t miss your last two chances to catch this stellar show, Travesties by Tom Stoppard at Hole In The Wall Theater of New Britain!
Friday and Saturday at 8:00!
What do you get when you combine Oscar Wilde, Monty Python, and the political and emotional turmoils of a century ago? If you’re the beloved playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, you get TRAVESTIES, a jubilant, poetically beautiful comedy celebrating how important the creative arts are to humankind. Hole in the Wall Theater… Continue reading
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TRAVESTIES: COMEDIC MASTERPIECE OPENS IN NEW BRITAIN
“Travesties,” Tom Stoppard’s classic comedy about revolution, love, and the importance of being an artist, opens Friday, January 27, at Hole in the Wall Theater in New Britain. “Travesties” is inspired by events that occurred when three innovators—the writer James Joyce, the politician Vladimir Lenin, and the avant-garde artist Tristan Tzara—all happened to be in Zurich, Switzerland, at the same time. Stoppard’s comic treatment weaves these events into a carnival… Continue reading