The Play That Goes Wrong

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Tickets are available now to see The Play That Goes Wrong at New World Stages.

The Olivier Award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong is a raucous affair on stage and a real-life, rags-to-riches tale offstage. Created by a group of LAMDA graduates who formed a troupe by the name of Mischief Theatre, The Play That Goes Wrong began its life on the London fringe with only four paying patrons, and then... did absolutely everything right! The comedy evolved itself into a West End production that would ultimately win an Olivier Award in 2015. A Broadway transfer was granted to the original London stars, which officially opened at the Lyceum Theatre on April 2, 2017, following previews from March 9. The Broadway production enjoyed a lengthy run, uncommon on the Great White Way for non-musical productions, and finally played its closing performance on January 6, 2019.

The mishaps are set to continue, however, as The Play That Goes Wrong moves off-Broadway to New World Stages, delighting audiences with its signature brand of physical comedy from February 11, 2019.

Mischief Theatre's other West End hits include Peter Pan Goes Wrong and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery.

(Photos by Jeremy Daniel)

Running time: 
2hrs 5mins (including 1 intermission)
12 images
About The Play That Goes Wrong:

The Play That Goes Wrong is a riotous comedy about the theatre. The play introduces The "Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society" who are attempting to put on a 1920s' murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong…does, as the accident prone thespians battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call.

By:
Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields
Producer:
Kevin McCollum, J. J. Abrams, Kenny Wax, Stage Presence Ltd. and Catherine Schreiber
Director:
Matt DiCarlo
Lighting:
Jeremy Cunningham
Sound:
Beth Lake
Design:
Nigel Hook
Costume:
Roberto Surace
Cast list:
Ryan Vincent Anderson (as Trevor), Brent Bateman (as Robert), Bartley Booz (as Dennis), Matt Harrington (as Chris), Bianca Horn (as Annie), Chris Lanceley (as Jonathan), Ashley Reyes (as Sandra), and Matt Walker (as Max)
The Play That Goes Wrong Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
February 11, 2019
Opening date: 
February 20, 2019
Booking to: 
May 24, 2020
MatineeEvening
Monday-7pm
Tuesday--
Wednesday-7pm
Thursday-7pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday2pm8pm
Sunday2pm7pm

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Latest The Play That Goes Wrong News & Features

Mark Evans & Patrick Warner
5 Questions from Over the Pond: Mark Evans & Patrick Warner
November 29, 2018

As the Broadway premiere of The Play That Goes Wrong hurtles in a customary accident-prone fashion towards its final performance at the Lyceum Theatre on January 6, 2019, we thought it was high time this most delightful of British comedies take part in our "5 Questions from Over the Pond" feature! And what better way to celebrate all the intentional mishaps of Broadway's (currently) longest-running play than to pair up the two talented actors who are currently playing Chris Bean on both sides of the Atlantic?

Our The Play That Goes Wrong Review

Halfway through the first act of the hilarious off-Broadway staging of The Play That Goes Wrong, an actor who has grown wildly frustrated because of a missing prop turns to the audience and says, “Stop laughing! This isn’t television, I can see you.” The demand, naturally, only makes the audience laugh harder. And that is an impressive feat given that the chuckles had been pouring forth... Read more

There is always room in life for a good laugh. But these days, living in what I call a parallel universe where the government is a barrel of rabid monkeys led by a carnival barker, laughter is essential. And I have the perfect remedy for you – go see this play. There is NOTHING wrong with The Play That Goes Wrong. Unless you got something against laughing.