The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets

Murphy’s Law dictates anything that can go wrong, given the chance, will go wrong. What if there is a play whose cast members seem to be the unwitting victims of this very law. The Play That Goes Wrong has everything wrong with it. The cast members don’t know their lines. The set seems to have a mind of its own. The plot is without substance. And infighting results in cast members being pushed off stage or knocked unconscious. In short, everything that can go wrong goes wrong in this production. However, there is a method behind this madness. If you’re looking to have a good time with your friends and family, then get The Play That Goes Wrong tickets from here.

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The brainchild of the Mischief Theater Company, The Play That Goes Wrong has been licensed and translated for performance in over 20 countries.

Slapstick at its Finest

Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, The Play That Goes Wrong revolves around the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society and its production of the play The Murder at Haversham Manor. Similar to the Mousetrap, the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society get into immediate trouble when the cast unwittingly knockout one of their main actors. With a cast member unconscious, the remaining actors hilariously improvise. This leads to further mishaps as the set begins to unravel, hitting actors and production members. The Play That Goes Wrong has all the elements of a Monty Python meets Buster Keaton comedy. It is fast paced, funny and surprisingly delightful.

From Star Wars to Broadway

With a net worth of over $120 million, it would be safe to say JJ Abrams is a Hollywood heavyweight. This writer, director and producer is connected to billion-dollar movie franchises Mission Impossible, Star Wars and Star Trek. Fresh off from the incredible success as the director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, JJ Abrams stepped in producer shoes for The Play That Goes Wrong. His first attempt at producing a Broadway play, JJ Abrams was originally impressed with the cast and crew in London’s West End. Taking up the reins as producer for the first time for a Broadway Show, JJ Abrams calls it the funniest show he had ever seen. The first time he saw the play, he was shooting The Force Awakens in London. After watching the play he asked the producers what their plans were for the future. And before they could say New York, The Play That Goes Wrong scored themselves a Hollywood producer.

Sore Cheeks from Laughing

There are a couple of reasons why The Play that Goes Wrong is getting all the right attention. First off, it is the winner of the Whatsonstage.com Award in 2014, Olivier Awards in 2015 and Broadway World UK Award also in 2015. In addition to the accolades, The Play that Goes Wrong has also received positive reviews from the Sydney Morning Herald, Herald Sun and The Age. The Daily Mail gave the play five stars for its energetically hilarious performance. The Telegraph gave it four stars calling it a great looking brilliantly performed piece.

The Mischief Theater

It is currently playing at two venues, the Duchess Theater in London and the Lyceum Theater in New York. The tickets for both these venues are available here. The Mischief Theater Company was founded in 2008 by a group of The London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art students. Some of its other productions include The Comedy about a Bank Robbery, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Lights! Camera! Improvise! In addition to the talented actors on stage, The Play That Goes Wrong regularly features guest stars. Some of the artists who’ve guest starred in this play include Kylie Minogue, Josh Groban and Seth Rogen. It’s these wonderful surprises coupled with top drawer slapstick comedy, The Play That Goes Wrong has become an international sensation.

The Play That Goes Wrong is not a traditional comedy in the sense the audience must understand to get the joke. It’s purely visceral.  To present the notion of chaos, the director and the actors need to make sure every fall, trip and mishap is timed perfectly. In other words, The Play That Goes Wrong in reality is a paradox. For it needs all the right pieces and performances to work perfectly to give the impression of chaos – an expertly organized chaotic presentation.  You can book The Play That Goes Wrong tickets from here and take your family and friends to a silly night out on the town.

The Play That Goes Wrong Schedule

Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. The Play That Goes Wrong will run at the venues from 26-May-17 until 26-Nov-17. Upcoming show will be staged at Lyceum Theatre - New York, New York; whereas the last one will be held at the Duchess Theatre, London. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Fri May 26 201705/26 08:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Sat May 27 201705/27 02:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Duchess Theatre London, GL Sat May 27 201705/27 02:30 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Duchess Theatre London, GL Sat May 27 201705/27 07:30 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Sat May 27 201705/27 08:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Sun May 28 201705/28 03:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Duchess Theatre London, GL Sun May 28 201705/28 03:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Duchess Theatre London, GL Sun May 28 201705/28 07:00 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Sun May 28 201705/28 07:30 PM
The Play That Goes Wrong Lyceum Theatre - New York New York, NY Mon May 29 201705/29 07:00 PM

The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets Prices

The average price for The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets start from $50. The minimum get in price is $24 for The Play That Goes Wrong Tickets at the Duchess Theatre, London. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
The Play That Goes Wrong New York 27-May-17 $172 $33
The Play That Goes Wrong London 27-May-17 $55 $24
The Play That Goes Wrong London 27-May-17 $54 $24
The Play That Goes Wrong New York 27-May-17 $174 $33
The Play That Goes Wrong London 28-May-17 $54 $24
The Play That Goes Wrong New York 28-May-17 $171 $33
The Play That Goes Wrong London 28-May-17 $50 $24
The Play That Goes Wrong New York 28-May-17 $168 $33
The Play That Goes Wrong New York 29-May-17 $162 $33
The Play That Goes Wrong London 30-May-17 $55 $24

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.

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