“Noises Off” is theatrical madness you will love!

OXFORD – Lloyd Fellowes, the play’s director, is struggling with cast and crew. They are fumbling lines, slamming doors, missing cues and props and there are all sorts of disastrous personal goings-on between the actors and stage hands! This may sound like a nightmare of a production, but not for the real directors, Richard Heim and Cathy Robinson, because they’re producing, “Noises Off,” the play within a play written by Michael Frayn. The NYS Veterans’ Home is currently being utilized for several rehearsals by the Chenango Community Players (CCP) who have chosen this ‘tour de farce’. “Noises Off” has been winning awards for best comedy on both sides of the Atlantic since it first debuted in 1982. The slapstick comedy, which shows both sides of the stage, will be performed at the Chenango County Council of the Arts’ Martin W. Kappel Theater, April 18 & 19, 7 p.m., in Norwich.




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