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The House Of Yes

“Sankowich takes full advantage of his talented cast, enabling Kate Maher to turn in a performance that rivals Vivian Leigh as Blanche Dubois.” — Stage Happenings

“INTELLIGENT… Hard to say ‘no’ to a twisted ‘Yes’… Plenty to laugh and/or squirm at” — Los Angeles Times

“FOUR STARS… raucous, wild, hilarious and insanely funny” —

“FIVE STARS… [a] stunning and uproarious production under the deft direction of Lee Sankowich... superb writing, directing and acting.” — Haines His Way

“Quite, quite wonderful… a roller-coaster of bizarre but literate craziness… when the actors are as good as they are here, it’s heaven.” — Los Angeles Post

“FIVE STARS… crackles with sly wit… a virtuoso cast navigates the script’s hilarity and horrors with equal finesse.” — Frontiers

“Twisted and witty… It doesn't get any better than this.” — Discover Hollywood

For those who like their black comedy extremely black, The House of Yes just might be the perfect show for you! Bravo to the entire cast.” — BroadwayWorld

“Delightfully funny… Directed at full throttle by Lee Sankowich, all of the actors are superb.” —Theatre Spoken Here

“The House of Yes was adapted into a 1995 movie but I’d recommend seeing this play for an even greater emotional wallop” — Culture Spot LA

Thursday, May7th, 8pm
Friday, May 8th, 8pm

Sat, May 09 – Sun, Jun 14
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 2pm

Show Calendar

$15 Previews
$25 General Admission

Special Events
Gala opening on May 9th!

Special Show Info
Running time: 80 minutes.

Zephyr On Melrose
7456 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA  90046
Ample Street Parking
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Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair access available

Valet Parking at Antonio's Restaurant 2 doors west.

The theatre has concessions.

(323) 960-5563

Artistic director of the Zephyr Theatre Lee Sankowich directs the
25th Anniversary revival of The House of Yes – Thanksgiving, 1983. As a violent hurricane swirls outside the Pascal’s Kennedy estate-adjacent home in McLean, VA, the storm of the century — brewing since JFK's assassination — is about to erupt inside. Mrs. Pascal, daughter Jackie-O and younger son Anthony await the arrival of Jackie’s twin brother for the holiday. But when Marty brings along his new fiancée, secrets unravel and the family’s elegant veneer begins to crack. Lee Sankowich directs a 25th anniversary revival of the viciously entertaining black comedy that became a cult classic indie film.