Delta Drama proudly presents 'Noises Off' theater comedy
November 27, 2018
STOCKTON -- Join us for the award-winning "Noises Off," a play that delights in the wonderful woeful world of the theater.
On the eve of their opening night, a troupe of actors attempts to rehearse a farce called "Nothing On." What happens between the lines and off stage proves to be funnier and crazier than they planned for.
This comedy about a comedy has charmed audiences around the world and is sure to have you laughing.
"Noises Off" will be performed Dec. 6-8 at 7 p.m. each evening at the Tillie Lewis Theatre, with 2 p.m. matinees on Dec. 8 and Dec. 9. Tickets are $9 for adults and $4 for students and seniors. The play contains some strong language.
"Noises Off" is written by Michael Frayn and directed by Ashlee Temple.
For tickets, call (209) 954-5110 (add $3 per order) or visit dca.deltacollege.edu.
Dotty Otley- Grace Weisepape
Lloyd Dallas- Nick Giovannoni
Gary Lejeunne- Nick Hardin
Brooke Ashton- Arianna Hovey
Frederick Fellowes- Marcus Richard
Belinda Blair- Dhestiny Roberts Auer
Poppy Norton-Taylor- Jacqueline Herring
Tim Allgood- Mike Sicari
Selsdon Mowbry- Scott A. Minor
Director Ashlee Temple
Lighting Designer Kevin Bautch
Set Designer Kevin Bautch
Fight Director Marty Pistone
Costume Designer Jonathan Singer
Sound Designer Cráig Vincent
Stage Manager Liz Spurell
Assistant Director Christopher Hunter
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