The New York Times calls ‘Noises Off’ spectacularly funny, the most dexterously realized comedy ever about putting on a comedy, a peerless backstage farce and a festival of delirium.
Worth watching would be an understatement said Brianna Burnett, assistant stage manager. She described the complexity of the second act as staggering but full of potential.
“The section needs work, but it is seriously going to be funny when we get it down,” said Burnett.
NSU Theatre Company proudly presents Michael Frayn’s play April 21-23 at 7:30 p.m. NSU alumni, veteran student-actors and first time to the stage cast members have been rehearsing since Feb. 20.
Sardines, flowers, sleeping-around-drama, wipeouts, bags, bottles, boxes, axes and death threats will be flying around each performance.
Visit http://academics.nsuok.edu/theatre/Tickets.aspx to snag a ticket.