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Noises Off...

Noises Off...

1992

As eccentric theatre troupe descends into chaos, a seasoned director's best-laid plans unravel. When the curtain rises on their Broadway debut, egos clash, relationships fray, and farce ensues. Will Lloyd Fellowes, the beleaguered director, keep his sanity intact amidst the mayhem?

Runtime: 101 min

Box Office: $2.3M

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Metacritic

65

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61%

TOMATOMETER

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84%

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Metacritic

71.0

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Check out what happened in Noises Off...!

As the curtain rises on Noises Off, we are treated to a triple-layered performance within a performance, where the boundaries between reality and farce blur delightfully. The play's three acts are bookended by performances of Nothing On, a sex farce that would make even the most jaded theatre-goer blush. Within this meta-theatrical framework, we find ourselves in the midst of chaos as the cast of Nothing On navigates the complexities of their own production.

Act One sets the tone for the mayhem to come, transporting us to the Grand Theatre in Weston-super-Mare on the eve of opening night. As the clock strikes midnight, the cast of Nothing On is woefully unprepared, stumbling through technical rehearsals with missed cues, misplaced lines, and an abundance of bothersome props - including a tantalizing array of sardines. The beleaguered director, Lloyd (character), is pushed to the brink by his actors' antics, only to be thrust back into the fray time and again as the run progresses.

Act Two fast-forwards one month to the Theatre Royal in Ashton-under-Lyne, where we witness a Wednesday matinée performance of Nothing On from behind the scenes. As tensions simmer beneath the surface, romantic rivalries, lover's quarrels, and personal feuds boil over, leading to a deliciously chaotic spectacle on stage. Backstage, however, things take a darker turn, as the cast's relationships continue to deteriorate with each passing day. Will they manage to keep their act together long enough to see the curtain fall? The answer lies in the hands of these hapless performers, as they valiantly attempt to navigate the treacherous waters of Nothing On.

As the curtain draws near on the Municipal Theatre's ten-week run in Stockton-on-Tees, the once-tight-knit cast has devolved into a dysfunctional ensemble. Tensions simmer just beneath the surface, fueled by the crumbling set and misplaced props that now litter the stage like landmines waiting to detonate at any moment. Amidst this chaos, the actors valiantly strive to maintain a façade of professionalism, but it's only a matter of time before the mounting mayhem forces them to abandon their script and improvise a hasty conclusion.

The comedy that ensues arises from the delightful discrepancies between each performer's on-stage persona and their off-stage reality. As character flaws seep into their stage presence, the audience is treated to a sidesplitting spectacle of slapstick shenanigans, with the cast's contrasting personalities creating a rich tapestry of comedic dissonance. The stark contrast between their polished performances and their hapless behind-the-scenes antics only adds to the hilarity, as (character A) (actor name), (character B) (actor name), and the rest of the cast stumble through a series of mishaps that will leave you in stitches.