'Noises Off': Sex comedy packs plenty of troupe movement

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  • Updated: June 12, 2012 - 9:30 AM

REVIEW: In Michael Frayn's fast-moving, door-slamming farce, actors are seen both backstage and onstage.

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tomclaJun. 14, 12 8:08 PM

Sparing sarcasm at the expense of the reviewer, I say see the production for yourself. You won't regret it. I saw this play in its first run in London in 1983, and this production compares very favorably with it, not least in doing very well the necessary British accents. The dialogue, the complexities of plot, the visuals, almost everything on offer in 2 1/2 hours of 3 acts will have you laughing most of the time. Astute and widely-experience reviewers have said that this is the funniest play of their lifetime, and I am ready to join them. Some of you will be, too.

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khall28211Jul. 5, 1211:20 PM

I completely agree with the previous poster. This show is hilarious. I laughed my head off! Go see it.

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