Why See The Break Of Noon?
John Smith (played by David Duchovny) is an egotistic, playboy liar who, following an office shooting, hears the voice of God and sets about changing himself by spreading the message about better ways of life.
But is John's divine encounter merely a ploy for celebrity, a chance to escape his rocky past, or is it part of an infinite and almighty plan?
Performances from 28 October 2010
Opening 22 November 2010
Closing 22 December 2010
Audience: The Break of Noon is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards
Run time: 100 minutes with no intermission
|Matinee||-||-||2 pm||-||-||2 pm||3 pm|
|Evening||-||7 pm||7 pm||8 pm||8 pm||8 pm||-|
Opening night: 20 November 2010
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