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The Play That Goes Wrong
The electrifying Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons musical is at home Off-Broadway, after playing eleven years on the main stem. Soundtracked by hits like 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'Sherry', this show is a gritty look one of America's best-known group's rags-to-riches story. Narratively inventive, dripping in sixties-style, and more than willing to delve into the shadier side of the band's fame, this is far from your average jukebox musical.
Although export comedy smash hit The Play That Goes Wrong made its final Broadway bow at the Lyceum theater in January 2019, theatregoers and critics adore Mischief Theatre's first production so much that it simply moved to a long term home Off Broadway at the New World Stages! From humble off-West End beginnings at London's Old Red Lion fringe theater/pub in 2013 (rumour has it a mere four audience members attended its debut), the riotously funny rib-tickler of a show has grown to become a global phenomenon, merging slapstick physical comedy with a wry sense of tongue-firmly-in-cheek British wit and a winning self awareness.
340 West 50th St, New York, NY 10019
Formerly known as Dodger Stages, this modern arts complex has housed some of the most acclaimed Pulitzer-winning and Guinness World Record breaking shows to make it in NYC. It is home to five theatres, a public lounge and events spaces, all nestled within the purpose-built environs of Worldwide Plaza.
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