Benjamin Curns, John Rapson and Ruth Pferdehirt. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Ruth Pferdehirt and Matthew McGloin. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Michael Keyloun. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Evan Zes, Benjamin Curns and John Rapson. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Ryan George, Ruth Pferdehirt, and the cast/crew of The Play That Goes Wrong. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Matthew McGloin and John Rapson. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Ka-Ling Cheung and Michael Keyloun. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Michael Keyloun, John Rapson, Evan Zes and Benjamin Curns. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Evan Zes. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
Michael Keyloun, Ka-Ling Cheung and Evan Zes. Photo by Jon Gitchoff.
The Play That Goes Wrong
by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields |
Directed by Melissa Rain Anderson
Calamity, disaster, fiasco: whichever word you’d like to choose, the opening night performance of The Murder at Haversham Manor has gone decidedly wrong. A maelstrom of madcap madness ensues, complete with collapsing scenery, unconscious actors and a stage crew pushed to the brink. Will The Rep survive this train wreck of a play? Come find out!
Running time: 1 hour, 53 minutes. Performed with one intermission.
Cast & Creative Staff
Michael Keyloun (Chris)
John Rapson (Robert)
Ryan George (Trevor)
Ruth Pferdehirt (Sandra)
Matthew McGloin (Max)
Ka-Ling Cheung (Annie)
Benjamin Curns (Jonathan)
Evan Zes (Dennis)
Director: Melissa Rain Anderson
Scenic Designers: Peter and Margery Spack
Costume Designer: Lauren T. Roark
Lighting Designer: Kirk Bookman
Sound Designer: Rusty Wandall
Fight Director: Shaun Sheley
Stage Manager: Tony Dearing
Assistant Stage Manager: Dora Jane Trenbeath
The Play That Goes Wrong is recommended for general audiences. The show contains mild adult language. Though full of comedy and fun for families, the running time may be too long for the youngest attention spans.