It's Thursday, and that means theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom in the studio with her weekly review of the region's thespian offerings. This week, she's here to tell us about Noises Off, the British farce now playing at Baltimore's Everyman Theatre.
Everyman’s Resident Company of actors collectively plays a British company of hapless actors in this broad comedy. With their opening night on London’s West End imminent, the company's actors blunder through their rehearsals, and things get worse as the actual play begins. The cast struggles to control the chaos of lost lines and crossed lovers, and to pull their act together -- for the audience and for themselves.
Noises Off continues at Everyman Theatre through June 18.
Tom previewed Noises Off with Everyman's founding artistic chief and the play's director, Vicent Lancisi, and with Deborah Hazlett, who stars in the role of Dotty Otley...on the May 19 Midday. To listen to that conversation, click here.