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'Noises Off' at Cranford High on Nov. 18 and 19

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CHS Fall Production :  Noises Off November 18 and 19 7:30 PM, Senior Citizens invited to dress rehearsal November 17 at 7:30 PM

Tickets:$10.00 and available at chs.booktix.com or at the door.

Student rush tickets will be available at the door for $5.00

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Ticket questions; please contact Ginger Burd burdvirg@cranfordschools.org

November 18 and 19th at 7:30 PM the Cranford High School Performing Arts Department invites the public to come enjoy a good hearty laugh with the funniest farce ever written. 

Noises Off by Michael Frayn, is a roller coaster, side-splitting look at theatre - inside and out - as a hapless troupe of actors attempt to mount the dreadful comedy Nothing On. Door slamming, missed cues, and romantic intrigue will have you roaring with laughter as the casts' collective sanity slowly unravels. Yet, the show must go on; despite the catastrophe being played out on stage and the vicious antics among the actors backstage. All-the-while, an ill-fated plate of sardines mysteriously appears and disappears.

Cast in the CHS Fall production are: Niamh O'Donovan as Dotty, Andrew Gordon as Lloyd, Brenden Scalea as Garry, Lili Rebelo as Brooke, Maggie Manhardt as Belinda, Noah Wohlsen as Frederick, Haley Baranowski as Poppy, Kelly McMahon as Kim and Charlie Bernstein as Selsdon.  Student stage managers are:  Samantha Dalli, Mikayla Herz and Garrett Kennedy.  The production is under the direction of Michelle Massa. 

This item was submitted by Lynn Berry.

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