The House of Yes
“We are living in the house of Yes, where privilege holds us captive.” Wendy MacLeod’s cult play is a succulent slapstick tragedy for our time, perfectly attuned to the rollicking rapaciousness of Trump’s America. Meet the Pascal family, dizzily ensconced in the isolation of their wealth. It’s Thanksgiving, mid-hurricane. Son Marty brings home his waitress fiancée, Lesley, to “meet the folks.” Jackie-O, Marty’s cheerfully unhinged twin sister, a human hurricane, is determined to foil Marty’s plan to jilt her.
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