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In This House - 2006 - New York Tickets, News, Info & More

In this melodic and poignant chamber musical, two couples—one at the beginning, the other at the end of their time together—meet accidentally, and spend an evening together in a now-deserted house on a wintry New Year’s Eve. Intimate and personal, In This House touches people no matter where they are in their own lives, evoking the universal experience of being in love and bringing audiences deeply inside the challenges and rewards of navigating a relationship.


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by Alan Henry - Sep 3, 2019
Late last week Vienna State Opera issued a statement regarding Plácido Domingo, recently accused of sexual assault, and how he will still perform. 
by Michael Major - Sep 28, 2021
San Fermin have announced their forthcoming collaborative compilation entitled 'In This House'. The compilation will be released on December 10 and will feature collaborations with Nico Muhly, Sorcha Richardson, Thao Nguyen, Wye Oak, Attacca Quartet, The Districts, and Wild Pink.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2021
In a reimagined iteration of the annual awards, in partnership with ETT (English Touring Theatre), the audio productions will play from free listening stations or via a QR code in theatres across the UK, with copies of the scripts including braille translations available.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 17, 2020
Stefani Germanotta, better known as Lady Gaga, admits she grew tired of the glitz, glamour, pressure and attention that comes with being a worldwide superstar.
by Adrienne Proctor - Sep 10, 2020
Local Classic Repertory's online cabaret, NEW WORKS by Adam LaPorte, is a musical theatre journey. This online odyssey is a first for the richly collaborative new theatre company, which was born out of the COVID pandemic. NEW WORKS features gorgeous lyrical storytelling and a long list of incredible talent in this unique online event.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 18, 2021
During the Council of Ministers of 15 October, the government decided to appoint Sophie Lauwers as the new General Director of Bozar.
by Isabella Perrone - Oct 17, 2019
Talk Like You Theatre's IN THIS HOUSE, premiering at the Rendezvous With Madness Festival, explores the lives of four 20-something roommates living downtown. The house is old and owned by the introverted Minka (Ciana Henderson), who received it from her grandparents, but the cost of living leads her to find a few roommates to fill the place. Enter Charlie (Jonathan Sconza), the story's anxious narrator; Remi (Rosie Callaghan), an aspiring musician who works at a bar; and Jinx (Astrid Atherly), a psychology PhD candidate-slash-burlesque dancer. As the four learn to live with and love one another, they're also confronted by harsh realities: mental illness, suicide, and illness lurk in the corners of every conversation until given the chance to burst forth.
by Rebecca Russo - Oct 16, 2019
San Francisco Playhouse announced casting for the Bay Area premiere of Groundhog Day the Musical, the hit Broadway comedy adapted from the timeless Bill Murray film. Danny Rubin, co-writer of the 1993 film, wrote the book, with music and lyrics supplied by Tony-winner Tim Minchin (Matilda). Susi Damilano will direct the Playhouse production, with music direction by Dave Dobrusky and choreography by Nicole Helfer.
by Michael Major - Nov 24, 2021
discovery+ is rolling out two new specials, My Dream Kitchen: Giada De Laurentiis and My Dream Kitchen: Carla Hall, documenting the ideation, design, and challenges as Food Network stars, Giada De Laurentiis and Carla Hall, pursue building the kitchens of their dreams. Carla and Giada will share their vision, goals, and even their frustrations.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 9, 2019
Last night, pianist, singer and songwriter Bruce Hornsby performed his single 'Cast-Off' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'-watch/share the performance below. The song, which was co-written with Justin Vernon, appears on Hornsby's acclaimed new album Absolute Zero, which is out now to widespread critical praise.
by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2022
Metromaniacs aren't people who are crazy about subways. They are people who are nuts about poetry, i.e. verse composed in meter. David Ives' play The Metromaniacs is an English language adaptation of a French farce from 1738, La Metromaie, and it is set in Paris in that year, a moment when there was a particular craze for poetry. Ives' play is performed in English, in rhyming couplets.
by Gary Naylor - May 21, 2019
Andrea Chenier is a feast for eyes and ears with Roberto Alagna, Sondra Radvanovsky and Dimitri Platanias magnificent in the tale of the poet who stays true to love as the world descends into madness.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 20, 2020
Todd Tilghman, a 42-year-old pastor and father of eight, was crowned the champion of “The Voice” tonight from his hometown in Meridian, Miss. The unforgettable season came to a close with Tilghman's coach, Blake Shelton, earning his seventh “Voice” win from his home in Oklahoma.
by Stephen Mosher - May 19, 2021
After thirty-seven years together, Brad Hurtado and Sean Martin Hingston are finally building their dream house, and one little TikTok video gave them an international audience and a not-quite DIY show for 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 16, 2022
Theater enthusiasts are invited to join Two River Theater Founder and Event Chair Joan Rechnitz on Saturday, May 21, 2022 in celebrating the launch of the ‘Dias/Hurst New Musical Fund’ in honor of Two River Theater’s outgoing leaders John Dias, Artistic Director, and Michael Hurst, Managing Director.   
by A.A. Cristi - May 15, 2019
San Francisco Playhouse announced casting for Cabaret, the Tony Award-winning musical that will close the company's 2018/19 Season. Susi Damilano will direct, with music direction by Dave Dobrusky and choreography by Nicole Helfer.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 21, 2019
Theatre Pro Rata is producing My Sister in This House by Wendy Kesselman this June at The Crane Theater . This award-winning drama explores the true story of two sisters who murdered their employer and her daughter in 1930s France.
by E.H. Reiter - Mar 18, 2022
THE HOMECOMING now playing through March 27th at North Coast Repertory Theatre explores family relationships, politics, and power in an impactful presentation.  This play features a top-notch ensemble that makes the twists and turns the family drama takes to feel as if they were fated all along.
by Joe Lombardi - Jun 9, 2019
There are no sure bets in theater.  That's the excitement and reality of live performance and creative risk taking.  There are, however, reliable pockets of extraordinary levels of sustained excellence.  One can presume a visit to the small Greenwich Village basement space of the Axis Company will include mind-blowing ambiance.  Last Man Club beautifully overloads the senses and transports you to the Dust Bowl in the 1930s.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 5, 2021
Stage and screen actress Lisa Banes is currently in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident in New York City this week. Banes, 65, was on her way to meet her wife for a dinner party at a friend's home near Lincoln Center on Friday evening when someone on a scooter or motor bike hit her and then fled.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 27, 2021
After seven years, artistic leader for dance and choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui will be making the move from Opera Ballet Vlaanderen to Le Grand Théâtre de Genève in Switzerland. From the summer of 2022, he will become the artistic director of the ballet company there.
by Gary Naylor - Jun 20, 2019
Illuminated by a masterful performance from Bryn Terfel, this production is a gruelling but rewarding, often stunning, revisit to the Musorgsky's original 1869 version.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2021
Banes was on her way to meet her wife for a dinner party at a friend's home near Lincoln Center when someone on a scooter or motor bike hit her and then fled. Police say that Banes was in the crosswalk and had the right of way.
by Rona Kelly - Jun 1, 2019
Rutherford and Son sees director Polly Findlay reunite with actors Justine Mitchell and Sam Troughton, the three having previously worked on Beginning. Sam discusses reuniting with the two, as well as his impressions of this 'haunted house of a play'.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
Also announced today are the shortlisted writers: Billie Collins with But The Heart Stayed Behind; Rebecca Jade Hammond with Hot Chicks; Emma Hemingford with Foreverland; Joe Ward Munrow with Home; and Rían Smith with Endless.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 23, 2019
The world première of Alexander Matthews' My One True Friend is today announced with full cast. Antony Law directs Theo Bamber (Gordon), Mensah Bediako (Kapenie), Suzanna Hamilton (Lady L), Lucy Lowe (Oonagh), and Joseph Rowe (George). The production opens on 27 August at Tristan Bates Theatre, with previews from 21 August, and runs until 14 September.
by Alan Henry - Jul 17, 2019
Skylight Music Theatre today announced that Michael Unger will become the company's new artistic director. Unger, a theatre and opera director based in New York City, has worked in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Yekaterinburg, Russia - and many places in between. 
by Joe Lombardi - Jan 5, 2020
Gun violence is the focus in the wildly experimental digital puppetry show, Fear in the Western World.  A couple and their daughter are looking for a new home.  They find one in Nesthaven, a gated community.  There are lots of problems outside.  A community website posts about the dangers.  At one point, we hear they've 'got to build taller fences around Nesthaven.'
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 28, 2019
The League of Professional Theatre Women (Kelli Lynn Harrison and Catherine Porter, Co-Presidents), an organization which has been leading the gender parity conversation and championing women in the professional theatre for over 35 years, will present the 2019 Theatre Women Awards at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture (18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012) on Monday, March 25 at 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm). For more information on the 2019 Theatre Women Awards, and to purchase tickets, please visit 
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 23, 2020
Book-It Repertory Theatre's landmark 30th season continues with The Turn of the Screw, adapted from the 1898 horror novella by Henry James. Adapted by Rachel Atkins and directed by Carol Roscoe, this production will dive into the darkest corners of James's most famous and haunting story, asking audiences to question who they trust and whose version of events they believe. This will be Book-It's first production under the leadership team of current Artistic Director Jane Jones and Incoming Artistic Director Gus Menary. The Turn of the Screw plays February 12 a?" March 8, 2020 (Opening/Press Night on Saturday, February 15) at The Center Theatre. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 15, 2021
Seattle Shakespeare presents the original, limited-time podcast series house of sueños by Meme García. Spanish and English are interwoven with Shakespeare's Hamlet and García's imagistic language in this multilingual audio-drama about family, mental health, and the power of dreams.
by Amy Zipperer - Jan 14, 2019
There's enough excitement in Atlanta this month to fill a fleet of pumpkin-carriages as Alliance Theatre mounts the highly-anticipated regional premiere of Ever After, a musical adaptation of the popular 1998 film of the same name which made its premiere at Paper Mill Playhouse in 2015. Ever After, loosely based on the Cinderella fairy tale, tells the story of Danielle de Barbarac, the Cinderella-esque young daughter of a 16th-century landowner who's forced into slavery by her stepmother after the unexpected death of her father. When a chance encounter with a prince stirs up considerable excitement for the young servant girl, Danielle finds that she might have the strength to take on her stepmother…and the world. Broadway diva Sierra Boggess, most known for her acclaimed turns as Ariel in The Little Mermaid and Christine Daae in Phantom of the Opera, will take on the role of the vibrant Danielle. BroadwayWorld caught up with Boggess to talk about the show.
by Marianka Swain - Feb 8, 2019
Already admired in the industry for her impressive range of work, actress Justine Mitchell enjoyed a breakout hit recently with David Eldridge's Beginning, which transferred from the National to the West End. She's now tackling Anne Washburn's new Donald Trump-era play, which begins next week at the Almeida. 
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 7, 2019
Today's subject, Sarah Marshall, has had a long and distinguished DC theater career that spans over three decades. You can currently see her in Admissions at Studio Theatre – one of her theater homes. The production runs through March 3rd.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 6, 2020
The Playwrights Realm (Founding Artistic Director Katherine Kovner and Producing Director Roberta Pereira) announced today the complete cast and creative team for the New York premiere of Noah Diaz's Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally, directed by Taylor Reynolds (who recently helmed Clubbed Thumb's acclaimed production of Will Arbery's Plano), April 3-May 2, at the Mezzanine Theatre at the A.R.T./New York Theatres (502 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019).
by Stephi Wild - Feb 23, 2019
The League of Professional Theatre Women (Kelli Lynn Harrison and Catherine Porter, Co-Presidents), an organization which has been leading the gender parity conversation and championing women in the professional theatre for over 35 years, will present the 2019 Theatre Women Awards at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture (18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012) on Monday, March 25 at 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm). For more information on the 2019 TheatreWomen Awards, and to purchase tickets, please visit
by Jane Horwitz - Feb 19, 2020
We may live in a high-tech age, but little ones still love to draw and make stuff with paper, paste and crayons. And that low-tech delight is exactly what fuels Thumbelina at Imagination Stage, with its interweaving of hand and shadow puppets, paper cut-outs, hand-drawn animation and real actors.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 14, 2020
Final casting is announced for the London premiere of Christopher Durang's Tony Award-winning Best Play comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, directed by Walter Bobbie (Tony award winner for 'Chicago').
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 13, 2021
The history of show business is loaded with couples who work as well offstage as they do on. These twosomes have brought their offstage magic to the stages of the cabaret and concert world.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2020
The Atlanta Shakespeare Company at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse presents William Luce's Brontë: A Portrait of Charlotte.
by Eleni Cashell - Dec 8, 2020
David Hunter has certainly been busy during lockdown. We talk to him about his experience performing Songs For A New World at The London Palladium in October, getting to revisit it for a longer run at the Vaudeville Theatre next year and making creative Cameos for fans.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 28, 2020
Whether you spend all of your time scrolling through Tiktok, Instagram and Twitter, or you have sworn off the apps and deleted them all from your phone, everyone has an opinion about social media. Mike Heslin is delving into the ever-hot topic with a new, satirical scripted series, The Influencers, now out on Amazon Prime Video!
by Julie Musbach - Dec 17, 2018
After a sold out run last fall, the recent revival of The Diary of Anne Frank, by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett and newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman ('97 Broadway version) will return for a limited engagement previewing January 11, 2019.
by Joe Lombardi - Dec 10, 2019
In Sean Gorski's excellent scenic design, an inflatable parrot is perched on the back of a lounge chair.  More parrots hang from the eave of the house.  One of them, tellingly, has deflated and collapsed onto the gutter's downspout.  Three empty beer bottles and two empty Proseccos sit on the table.  An accumulation of cigarette butts fills the ashtray.  Even the table cover has images of parrots.  It's New Year's Eve and time to meet The Wild Parrots of Campbell.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 8, 2019
Pianist, singer and songwriter Bruce Hornsby's highly anticipated new album Absolute Zero—out on April 12—premieres via NPR Music's First Listen, who proclaim, “Absolute Zero is the sound of an artist subverting expectations and pulling it off brilliantly. At this point in his career, Hornsby could easily coast on writing cozy songs and settling for that. Thankfully for us, he's still up for an adventure.” Listen to the album here!
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 30, 2019
Book-It Repertory Theatre (Book-It) is proud to announce its 2019-2020 season. For 30 years, Book-It has been staging simple and sensitive productions, from classic and contemporary literature, and in the coming season will produce four mainstage shows and three school-touring shows. All mainstage productions will be at The Center Theatre.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 26, 2022
Christopher Durang's multi-award-winning comedy, 'VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE' romps across the Castle Craig Players' stage May 13-22, as the fourth show in the group's 29th Anniversary Season.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 16, 2019
Theatre Pro Rata is producing My Sister in This House by Wendy Kesselman this June at The Crane Theater . This award-winning drama explores the true story of two sisters who murdered their employer and her daughter in 1930s France. What drove these two young women, who served as maids in the household, to such a desperate act? Class conflict, family dysfunction, loneliness, and love all play a role in this complex and devastating tale.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 12, 2019
Pianist, singer and songwriter Bruce Hornsby's highly anticipated new album, Absolute Zero, is out now. Fans can listen to the album here!