NOISES OFF! to Run 4/15-5/8 at Lakewood Playhouse

The Lakewood Playhouse will present the FIFTH SHOW of its 77th SEASON: the debut presentation of the farce, NOISES OFF! by Michael Frayn. This production will also mark the continuation of its year-long celebration of the 50th ANNIVERSARY of THE LAKEWOOD PLAYHOUSE THEATRE. From TAMING of the SHREW in its first year to AVENUE Q at the end of this season, it will have presented over 300 Productions at the venue that was first built for in 1965 by the Lakewood Arts Foundation.

The Play will be performed on Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 2:00pm. Performances will be April 15th through May 8th with Special Showings at 8:00pm on Thursday, April 21st (Pay What You Can Night) and 8:00pm on Thursday, April 28th ("Pay What You Will" Actor's Benefit). Ticket Prices are $25.00 (General Admission), $22.00 (Military), $21.00 (Seniors) and $19.00 (Students/Educators).

This production is presented in the Lakewood Playhouse's "Thrust" configuration with seating on three sides of the stage. With this unique viewing opportunity "NOISES OFF!" will drop you right into the middle of the chaos that happens on, and off, stage when putting together a show.

"NOISES OFF!" will be directed by Lakewood Playhouse Managing Artistic Director JOHN MUNN. His past shows at the Lakewood Playhouse include hit comedies THE 39 STEPS and MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT.

The Production Features a large cast filled with a number of returning actors from previous shows and some brand new performers to the stage. Featuring: SHELLEIGH FERGUSON (Dotty), GARY CHAMBERS (Gary), JENNIFER DAVY (Brooke), ANA BURY (Poppy), JIM ROGERS (Freddie), DIANA GEORGE (Belinda), STEVE TARRY (Selsdon) and introducing JONATHAN BILL (Lloyd) and NICK FITZGERALD (Tim).

Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing's On. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.



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