Why See The Play That Goes Wrong?
The tour that goes wrong
Welcome to the opening night of 'The Murder at Haversham Manor' where students of the Cornley University Drama Society are attempting to stage this 1920s production. However, everything that can go wrong is and the opening night is quickly going from bad to disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can't play dead and actors who trip over everything they struggle to get to their final curtain call.
Co-written by Mischief Theatre members, Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, The Play That Goes Wrong transferred over to the Great White Way in 2017, scooping two Tony Awards, echoing the success it had on its debut in London's West End.
Hilarious, mad-cap and full of farce, don't miss this wonderful new theatrical experience as it takes to stages across the country on its first tour!
Opening night: 12 May 2020
The images used are from the Broadway production.
Two hours and five minutes including a 20 minute interval
Cast and Creative
Scott Cote as Dennis
Peyton Crim as Robert
Brandon J. Ellis as Trevor
Angela Grovey as Annie
Ned Noyes as Max
Jamie Ann Romero as Sandra
Evan Alexander Smith as Chris
Yaegel T. Welch as Jonathan
Cast also features
Blair Baker, Jacqueline Jarrold, Sid Solomon, and Michael Thatcher.
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Next available performances
Tue, May 12
Wed, May 13
Thu, May 14
Fri, May 15
What you thought
16 reviews, average rating: (2.4 Stars)
I saw this play in London, England this past June. It was hilarious. ... more
Saw this in NY in May with my husband and 17 year old granddaughter. Hilarious!... more
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