Big Britches Productions is presenting a comedy, “Noises Off” by Michael Frayn. This British farce is a show about a traveling theatre troupe presenting their own show: “Nothing On.” Director Joe Garoutte said “we first see the troupe during final dress rehearsal and realize immediately that their show is not going well. After they hit the road, the show has not improved, and has gotten worse in some ways. Backstage drama and antics provide for non-stop hilarity.”
The set, a main character in the show so to speak, for “Noises Off” is two stories tall with numerous doors. With the help of crew people, the set rotates 180 degrees twice during the show! As a result, the audience gets to see what really goes on behind the scenes. “Rotating the set is a big deal,” said Garoutte. “Everyone will want to watch.”
Tickets are available at the door or online at bigbritches.org. Getting tickets early is highly recommended.