Noises Off on Broadway - Tickets - Show Summary - Photos
Show Summary - Noises Off Noises Off is a hilarious comedic farce that is being revived on Broadway as part of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s season. The show premiers at the American Airlines Theatre on December 17, 2015, and official opening night is scheduled for January 14, 2016. Noises Off was written by Michael Frayn (Democracy, Copenhagen, Wild Honey, Benefactors) in 1982, when it premiered at London’s Lyric Theatre Hammersmith in the West End. The Broadway premiere took place in 1983 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, and it was also revived on Broadway in 2001 at that same theatre.
The 2015 revival marks the third time this show comes to Broadway. This production is directed by Jeremy Herrin (Wolf Hall Parts One and Two), an accomplished British director who has only recently made his Broadway directorial debut. This production of Noises Off stars Andrea Martin as Dotty; Martin recently gave a phenomenal performance in the revival of Pippin, playing Berthe, for which she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical. Audiences were amazed that at age 67, she was able to sing the beloved song “No Time at All” from a circus ring suspended from the ceiling.
Noteworthy Dates For The Show Previews Begin: 12/17/15
Show Opens: 01/14/16
Show Closes: 03/13/16
Number of Performances: 8 Shows per week
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What Is Noises Off Like? Noises Off is a classic meta-theatrical British farce. Michael Frayn reportedly came up with the idea for the show when he was rehearsing a different farce of his, and felt that the back story for the mounting of the play was more interesting than the play itself. Therefore, he wrote Noises Off to shed light on this hilarity. The play takes place in three acts, where each act is actually Act One of the play within the play, called Nothing On. The first act takes place at the dress rehearsal, the second act is the same performance on a Wednesday matinee a month later, and the third act is the same performance near the end of the run over two months later. The comedy stems from the subtle changes in comedic performance, as well as the offstage personalities of the actors, culminating in a hilarious slapstick display. Is Noises Off Good for Kids?
Yes, the show is most appropriate for children over the age of 10. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Andrea Martin as Dotty Otley
Tracee Chimo as Poppy Norton-Taylor
Daniel Davis as Selson Mowbray
Campbell Scott as Lloyd Dallas
Kate Jennings Grant as Belinda Blair
David Furr as Garry Lejeune
Rob McClure as Tim Allgood
Megan Hilty as Brooke Ashton
Jeremy Shamos as Frederick Fellowes
Show Duration: Noises Off runs for 2 hours and 25 minutes, with one intermission
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Staff and Creative Team:
General Manager: Denise Cooper at Roundabout Theatre Company Company Manager: Carly DiFulvio Allen at Roundabout Theatre Company
Casting Director: Jim Carnahan at Roundabout Theatre Company
Play - Revival
Jeremy Herrin (Direction)
Michael Krass (Costume Design)
Jane Cox (Lighting Design)
Christopher Cronin (Sound Design) Other Credits:
Michael Frayn (Book)
Parking For This Theatre: The closest parking garages for the American Airlines Theaterare located at:
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New York, NY 10019
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New York, NY 10019
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