Special to The Herald
BERLIN - The Connecticut Cabaret Theatre will be staging â€śSocial Securityâ€ť fromÂ Friday, Aug. 17, through Saturday, Sep. 22.
The comedy is about an art-dealing married couple who are visited by the wifeâ€™s sister, her sisterâ€™s uptight husband and their mother to teach the coupleâ€™s daughter about the dangers of living a sex-filled life.
Actors Rachel West-Balling and Chris Brooks play the couple, with Carleigh Cappetta Schultz as the sister, Tony Gali as her husband and Lori Feldman as the mother. Russell Fish also stars as an elderly client of the married couple who gets along a bit too well with the mother. The play is directed by the theaterâ€™s owner, Kris McMurray.
Performances are set for FridaysÂ andÂ SaturdaysÂ except forÂ Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.
The show begins atÂ 8 p.m., with doors opening atÂ 7:15.
Tickets are on sale now for $34 each and can be bought by calling the box office at 860-829-1248. Food and drinks are allowed in the venue.
The theater is at 31 Webster Square Road.