New Block of Tickets Now on Sale for Broadway's The Play That Goes Wrong

Broadway News   New Block of Tickets Now on Sale for Broadway's The Play That Goes Wrong
 
The award-winning Broadway production continues at the Lyceum Theatre.
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Harrison Unger, Jonathan Fielding, Clifton Duncan, Amelia McClain, and Alex Mandell Jeremy Daniel

Mischief Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong—currently the longest-running play on Broadway—has released a new block of tickets for performances through July 1. The additional set of seats follows the play's best week ever, taking in $707,315 for the week ending December 31, 2017.

The current company includes Ashley Bryant (Emotional Creature) as Annie, Clifton Duncan (City Center Encores!' Assassins) as Robert, Mark Evans (Paper Mill Playhouse’s Mary Poppins) as Chris, Jonathan Fielding (Noises Off) as Jonathan, Alex Mandell (Hand to God) as Max, Amelia McClain (Noises Off) as Sandra, Harrison Unger as Dennis, and Akron Watson (The Color Purple) as Trevor, with Preston Truman Boyd (Sunset Boulevard), Ned Noyes (You Can’t Take It With You), Ashley Reyes, and Katie Sexton.

The original Olivier Award-winning West End cast played their final performances at the Lyceum Theatre September 17.

Read: How The Play That Goes Wrong Defied All Odds to Become Broadway’s Longest-Running Play

The Play That Goes Wrong began performances March 9, 2017; the production went on to win a 2017 Tony Award for Best Sceneic Design of a Play.

Co-written by Mischief Theatre company members Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields, The Play That Goes Wrong introduces The Cornley University Drama Society, who are attempting to put on a 1920s’ murder mystery, “but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong…does, as the accident prone thespians battle on against all odds to get to their final curtain call.”

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