‘Noises Off’ opens Thursday

By on March 20, 2019


Rich Druby as Lloyd Dallas (left) and Jack Ferry as Frederick Fellowes rehearse a scene from “Noises Off.”

The Lebanon Community Theatre will present Michael Frayn’s play “Noises Off,” March 21 through 31 at the playhouse in Stoever’s Dam Park, 946 Miller St., Lebanon.

Called “the funniest farce ever written,” “Noises Off” presents a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop play. Doors slamming, on- and off-stage intrigue, and some errant plates of sardines, all figure into the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play-within-a-play.

This production is a three-act performance. The story follows the follies of the actors within the fictional show, “Nothing On,” whose egos, memory troubles, and affairs turn their rehearsals and performances into high-risk adventures. This show is full of slapstick comedy that is sure to delight audiences.

“Noises Off has been such a fun show to be involved in,” said Gene Hole, director. “The cast is so talented and easy to work with, and there hasn’t been a night of rehearsals where we weren’t falling down with laughter. If the audience enjoys it half as much as we have, they’re in for a great evening’s entertainment.”

Tickets are available online at lebanoncommunitytheatre.org or by calling the box office at 717-833-4528.

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