MAKING A NOISE FOR LAUGHS
FUN IN FARCE
IT was a case of ‘Best of British’ for local comedy gang Serial Productions in choosing their latest play, Noises Off.
The comedy, written by Tony-award winning playwright Michael Frayn, centres around a bunch of misfits attempting to perform a fifth-rate farce called Nothing On.
The play has been staged on Broadway and the West End and was made into a hit movie in 1992 starring Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve.
Serial Productions has assembled a talented cast of Perth actors under the direction of Joe Isaia, veteran award-winning director and actor in the Perth community theatre scene.
Theatregoers may recall some of Serial Productions’ previous forays into the world of comedy such as Open All Hours and performances of the popular Rowan Atkinson comedies, the Blackadder series.
Part-proceeds from the performances go to the Heart and Lung Transplant Foundation.
Serial Productions will perform their latest comedy NoisesOff at the Old Mill Theatre in August.