InHouse works to create site-specific productions that confront our audiences with the realism of film in an immersive live theatre setting. We perform in houses, backyards, lobbies, bars & restaurants – all in an effort to give patrons a theatrical experience of such immediacy that entertainment becomes clandestine observation. In doing so, we hope to provide new perspectives on classic works while developing original pieces specifically designed for environmental theatre. Additionally, we are deeply committed to community-minded outreach and education.
October 15 – 18
AKA, West Hollywood, CA
A Continuous evening. A Las Vegas hotel room. The lies we tell ourselves to get through it all.
“Friends since middle school, Rose and Abe (now in their late 30s and living in different time zones) are both in Las Vegas for friends’ bachelor(ette) parties on the same weekend. Having arranged to spend an evening together catching up, they easily slip into the familiar, friendly routine of their youth. But they’re not kids anymore, and both of them show up to the hotel room with unseen baggage. Their sprawling conversation is an investigation of friendships, family, aging, the challenges of both marriage and singlehood, and the lies we tell ourselves to get through it all.”