Director: Gregory Cohen Run:
Feb. 22 — Mar. 21, 2020 Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Choose a Date
Important Public Notice:
The remaining performances of NOISES OFF have been canceled
In compliance with California Department of Public Health, County of Los Angeles, and the City of Long Beach, the Long Beach Playhouse will be canceling public events until the end of March. We are heartbroken that our audiences will not be able to enjoy the hard work our cast and crews have been working on, but the health and safety of our community is of the utmost importance.
For patrons that have bought tickets for these events, there are a few options for you.
-Exchange your ticket to a different production later in the year, please take a look at our website www.lbplayhouse.org for information on future productions
-Request a refund for the ticket purchased
-Donate your ticket back to the Playhouse
We thank you for your patience and understanding. As you can imagine our box office staff will be rather busy with all of these requests. You may experience longer wait times or call backs due to this increase. You can email the Box Office with your request at boxoffice@LBPlayhouse.org
At this time, we are planning on continuing our planned performances in April. If there is any need to change those events LBP will be contacting all involved.
We are looking forward to when we can welcome back the best audiences in town! But, for now, hang in there Long Beach. Wash your hands, stop touching your face, and take care of each other!
As side-splitting a farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever.- New York Magazine
For those who love a good British farce, imagine the joy of being able to watch the mayhem going on behind the scenes.Imagine no longer as we bring you “backstage” during the rehearsals and performances of a comedy that goes hilariously wrong over its months of production.As this troupe of actors presents an awful flop called Nothing’s On, doors slam, cues are missed, and lives and careers dangle in the balance during what has been called “the funniest farce ever written.”Come laugh your sardines off as you experience possibly the most horrendously funny performance ever presented.