We are excited to partner with Yellow Door Gallery for the

'DOOR to DOOR' Reading Series

Take in a new, intriguing scripted reading series produced by OPEN DOOR REP in the gorgeous residential art gallery of YELLOW DOOR GALLERY.  



No. 3

The House of Yes             by Wendy MacLeod

In this obsidian-black comedy, The Pascals, for whom the clock stopped with the Kennedy assasination, are shut in as a Thankgiving hurricane swirls outside. Arriving ahead of the storm's eye are Jackie-O's twin brother, Marty and his fiancee Lesly. The obsessive Jackie is keen to renew her long-running incestuous affair with Marty, which is fine by the mother, who's still lamenting her husband's desertion, and by puppyish younger brother Anthony who immediately desires Lesly. The resulting battle over Marty becomes something of a class struggle between the Pascals' poetic insanity and Lesly's plebian pragmatism.

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No. 2 

The Cheats by Hamish Linklater

Sunday, OCTOBER 22nd

John and Anne have two children and a good marriage—they have sex, drive hybrids, and recently, they cut out sugar. But John has been spying on the neighbors, frankly, for a while now, and at 9 a.m, Halloween morning, the neighbors drop by for a visit. THE CHEATS is a play about your marriage, and how it can get f*cked when you forget to lock the front door.


No. 1

Orange Flower Water by Craig Wright

Sunday, JUNE 18th

Orange Flower Water is a dramatic play written by Craig Wright published in August 2004.  The Chicago Tribune described the play as "Uncommonly intense and intimate ninety-minute drama".  "A brutally honest drama about marriage and infidelity" by Chicago Sun-Times and "Simultaneously visceral, with crackling humor and intellectual." by Star Tribune.