The New Morality

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 bad language. Chapin's "most delicious of light comedies" tells the story of how Betty restores dignity to her household and harmony to her marriage by losing her temper and making a scene.

Policies & FAQ's

1) What are your policies regarding exchanging tickets?

We'll do our best to accommodate your exchange requests. If you miss your performance, you may attend another performance on a stand-by basis, subject to availability. We do not offer refunds.

2) What times do the shows begin?

Performances begin at 7:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; 8:00 Friday and Saturday, with matinees at 2:00 on Saturday and Sunday. We have a no-late seating policy, so please make sure that you arrive promptly to pick up your tickets.

3) Is the theater accessible for handicapped patrons?

Yes. There are elevators up to the third floor and we have a place in our theater reserved for wheelchairs. Please make sure to mention your special needs when ordering your tickets.

4) Do you have infrared hearing devices?

We do not currently have hearing devices. However, our theater has only 7 rows. If you have trouble hearing, let us know that you'd like to sit right up front. We'll do our best to accommodate you.