THE HOUSEGUESTS by Harry Kondoleon
Harry Kondoleon's comedy, first produced in New York City in 1993 by Theater for the New City. THE HOUSEGUESTS earned Harry Kondoleon his second Obie Award for playwriting in 1993.
Vera and John are lounging in their summer house on a July weekend in the early '90s, playing a game of one-upmanship, comparing how much they hate one another and loosely planning to kill their weekend houseguests, Gale and Manny. The fuddy duddy pair of guests are easy targets for their hosts' scathing hostility, but beneath their middle-class aspirations lurk hidden passions: Gale desperately declares love for Vera...and their journey begins.
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