Theatre, Film and TV  |  Jan 14, 2016

Noises Off, directed by Jeremy Herrin, opens on Broadway

Noises Off, directed by Jeremy Herrin, opens at the Roundabout Theatre on 14th January.

The revival of Michael Frayn’s classic comedy about a cast struggling through the final dress rehearsal before Opening Night stars Andrea Martin, Tracee Chimo, Campbell Scott and Daniel Davis.

In 2014 Jeremy directed the critically acclaimed adaptations of Hilary Mantel's novels Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies for the RSC and was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Director. The productions transferred to the West End at the end of 2014 and opened on Broadway in April 2015. His production of People, Places and Things at the National Theatre transfers to the Wyndhams Theatre in March 2016.

Noises Off runs until 6 March and tickets can be booked via the Roundabout Theatre website.

Critical praise for Noises Off:

"Mr Herrin's production rollicks along with machine-tooled precision" NYT Critics Pick Christopher Isherwood New York Times

"this kind of comedic brilliance never gets stale" Marilyn Stasio Variety

"the show is a dazzlement of set-pieces fit together with jigsaw perfection" Jeremy Gerard Deadline