Alley Theatre Artistic Director Gregory Boyd announces the cast and creative team for the Alley Theatre's production of the Michael Frayn's Noises Off.
Noises Off features longtime Alley artists Josie de Guzman as BeLinda Blair (Alley's The Seagull, August: Osage County) and Kimberly King as Dotty Otley (Alley's The Seagull, The Man Who Came to Dinner).
Noises Off also features Alley Theatre Resident Acting Company members James Black as Lloyd Dallas, Melissa Pritchett as Brooke Ashton, John Tyson as Selsdon Mowbray and Todd Waite as Frederick Fellowes.
Making their Alley Theatre debuts are Ben Diskant as Tim Allgood, Allison Guinn as Poppy Norton-Taylor and Mic Matarrese as Garry Lejeune.
Noises Off features scenic design by Hugh Landwehr and costume design by Alejo Vietti. Lighting design is by Pat Collins and sound design is by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen with Movement Director Brian Byrnes, and Dialect, Voice and Text Coach Pamela Prather.
Michael Frayn, a playwright, novelist, and journalist was born in London, first established his reputation with witty, gently satirical columns in The Manchester Guardian and The Observer. He wrote a series of novels in the same vein, including The Russian Interpreter (1966). His many plays include Copenhagen, Benefactors, Alphabetical Order and Clouds. He also wrote the script for the film "Clockwise" and the novel The Trick of It.
Noises Off, by Michael Frayn and directed by Gregory Boyd, begins previews Friday, May 25, opens Wednesday, May 30, and runs through Sunday, June 24, 2012, on the Hubbard Stage.