The Play What I Wrote 2003

Run Time:
Two hours with one intermission
Opened: March 30, 2003
Closing: June 15, 2003

The Play What I Wrote - 2003 - Broadway History , Info & More

Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)
149 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036

This comedy from London revolves around Hamish, who no longer wants to be part of his double comedy act with Sean. Instead he wants to see the play that he has written, A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple, properly mounted on the Broadway stage. But before that can happen he needs a major star to play the supporting role to his lead. The Play What I Wrote stars Sean Foley, Hamish McColl and Toby Jones, and a surprise celebrity guest star.

A revolving door of guest stars will appear in The Play What I Wrote. The identity of these surprise celebrity guests will be a tightly guarded secret

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The Play What I Wrote has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 2003 and Broadway which opened in 2003.
Best Special Theatrical Event for David Pugh, Best Special Theatrical Event for Joan Cullman, Best Special Theatrical Event for Mike Nichols, Best Special Theatrical Event for Hamilton SouthBest Special Theatrical Event for Charles Whitehead and Best Special Theatrical Event for Stuart Thompson.
The Play What I Wrote has been nominated for several awards. It was nominated for the Unique Theatrical Experience category at the Drama Desk Awards. Additionally, it was nominated for Outstanding Broadway Play at the Outer Critics Circle Awards.
The Play What I Wrote has won the Unique Theatrical Experience award at the Drama Desk Awards. It has also been recognized as the Outstanding Broadway Play at the Outer Critics Circle Awards.