You don’t have to be a cheapskate to appreciate a bargain, especially these days. The Mint continues its popular CheapTix program, offering a limited number of 1/2 price tickets ($27.50) for EVERY PERFORMANCE.
How many seats are available?
About 10 per night, sometimes less—and once they’re gone, they’re gone. (What are you waiting for?)
Do I get to choose where I sit?
No. We assign your seats the night of the performance. (Our theater only has seven rows and 100-seats. How bad can they be?)
Will I get to sit with my friends?
Absolutely. We won’t ever split your party. (Unless you make a special request!)
After you have selected your date, you will see a Cheap Tix option.
(Click “Non-reserved” Seats)
If Non-Reserved is not an option, Cheaptix are sold-out for that performance.
The New Morality
By Harold Chapin
Directed by Jonathan Bank
“THE VERVE AND SPARKLE, SATIRICAL BITE AND CIVILIZED IMPACT OF A 20TH-CENTURY MINOR MASTERPIECE”
The Stage, 1957
THE NEW MORALITY, by Harold Chapin, takes us aboard a houseboat on a fashionable reach of the Thames in 1911, the hottest summer on record. Betty Jones has been simmering for weeks, watching her husband make an ass of himself by dancing attendance on their neighbor, Muriel Wister. Betty, "an amazing mixture of spitfire, penitent and hussy," finally boils over and tells Muriel exactly what she thinks of her—using bad language. Chapin's "most delicious of light comedies" tells the story of Mr. Wister's pursuit of how Betty restores dignity to her household and harmony to her marriage by losing her temper and making a scene.
August 22nd through October 25th
- Tuesday – Thursday 7pm
- Friday & Saturday 8pm
- Saturday & Sunday 2pm