The House of Yes

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An acidic satire about class, incest, innocence, and mental illness in the vain of Douglas Sirk’s 1950s melodramas, The House of Yes is a disturbingly camp theatrical experience centered around a deranged family of JFK enthusiasts. Tackled by Out of Box Theatre and director Topher Payne, this production is sure to be a visual and comedic treat.

The House of Yes, Wendy MacLeod's dark, compelling tale of family dysfunction, captivated audiences on its debut in San Francisco, leading to an award-winning film version starring Parker Posey. This wonderfully perverse cult classic tells the story of an upper-class suburban family whose mannered exterior masks a disturbing family dynamic. When the eldest son brings home his fiancée, his bipolar twin sister goes into a tailspin, sparking a chain of events that lead to an astonishing climax.

Multi-award-winning playwright and actor, Topher Payne, last seen at Out of Box Theatre as Father Flynn in Doubt, takes the reigns as director. Joining him onstage is Metropolitan Atlanta Theatre Award-winning actress Emily Sams as Jackie-O and Daniel Brown as Marty. Rounding out the professional cast is Out of Box Artistic Director Carolyn Choe, Matt Busch, and Brandi Hoofnagle.

House of Yes runs March 13-28, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 3 PM. Out of Box Theatre is located in the Artisan Resource Center at 585 Cobb Pkwy S, Marietta, 30060. Tickets are $17-$25 and can be purchased online at www.outofboxtheatre.com or by calling 678-653-4605.

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