One of the Funniest Pieces of Theatre Ever Written!

 

NOISES OFF!

 

by Michael Frayn

directed by Robert Smyth

 

A masterful send up of the touring theatre companies of the 1970s! Experience a show - from both sides of the set - going progressively... horribly... hilariously... wrong! One of the truely great comedies of the last 50 years.

 

"SPECTACULARLY FUNNY!"

New York Times

 

"BUMPER CAR BRILLIANCE!"

Daily News

 

"THE FUNNIEST FARCE EVER WRITTEN!"

New York Post

 

Age Recommendation: 16 and above. Some romping about in underwear.

Charlene (Koepf) Wilkinson
Brooke Ashton
Charlene is thrilled to be performing again with Lamb’s Players! Recent credits include: Marian in The Music Man (Welk Theatre), Woman 1 in Songs For A New World (Barn Stage Theatre), Laurey in Oklahoma! (New Village Arts), Irene Molloy in Hello Dolly (Welk Theatre), Fräulein Kost in Cabaret (Welk Theatre), Cosette in Les Mis (Lamb’s Players), Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (Lamb’s Players), Young Little Edie in Grey Gardens (Ion Theatre), Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof (Moonlight), among others. She is thrilled to be a part of this hilarious show and thanks God, family, friends and Jared for their endless support and love!

Jim Chovick
Selsdon Mowbray
Jim has appeared in 39 productions with LPT: You Can't Take It With You (twice); Wit; See How They Run; Joe vs The Volcano; Guys & Dolls; Harvey; Joyful Noise; Room Service; Boomers (twice); The Voysey Inheritance; Amadeus; Rehearsal for Murder; The Winslow Boy; 1776; A Man For All Seasons; Ring Round the Moon; My Fair Lady; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; A Woman of No Importance; The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Festival of Christmas '99, ’04, '06, '14, ‘15 and 17 and 12 productions of An American Christmas. Other San Diego Theaters: The Old Globe, The Cygnet Theatre (Resident Artist), La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Rep, North Coast Rep (Associate Artist), San Diego Musical Theater, New Village Arts, Moxie Theatre, Intrepid Shakespeare Co. (Resident Artist), Ion Theatre, Playwrights Project, Sledgehammer, Moonlight Amphitheater, Evoke Dance Theater, Starlight, The Avo@Moonlight, 6th@Penn, The Ark, CCT, Mystery Cafe, Scripps Ranch Theater and The Fritz. Awards: San Diego Critics Circle, Backstage West Dramalogue, KPBS Patte’, Bille and Robby.

Cynthia Gerber
Poppy Norton
Cynthia was a member of LPT’s Resident Ensemble from 1988 to 2001 and is now an Associate Artist. most recently she played the role of Margie Swanson in The Festival of Christmas Fargo North of Normal, Silent Sky, The Miracle Worker, The Nerd, An American Christmas and You Can't Take It With You. Prior to that you saw her in Twelfth Night, Quilters, Wit and Lamb's annual Festival of Christmas. Favorite productions at LPT include Harvey, The Hit, Susan and God, The Miracle Worker, Flight, Steel Magnolias, Quilters, Busman’s Honeymoon, Detective Story, See How They Run, Amadeus, Dracula, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Ring Round The Moon. Cynthia is a regular performer with Write Out Loud and earlier last year made her debut with Intrepid Theatre in Perfect Arrangement as Kitty Sunderson. Cynthia studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is also enjoying her role as Cannon and Spencer’s mom.

Francis Gercke
Lloyd Dallas
Francis Gercke is the artistic director of Backyard Renaissance Theatre Company. Recent roles include: Equivocation, Freud’s Last Session (Lambs Players); Stupid F***ing Bird, True West, Fool for Love (Cygnet Theatre); Abundance, The Elephant Man (Backyard Renaissance); The Behavior of Broadus (Capital Stage Company); In the Next Room, Honky (San Diego Rep); Accomplice, Suzette Who Set to Sea (La Jolla Playhouse WOW and POP Tour); A Life in the Theatre, Time Stands Still (NCRT); Hurlyburly, Grace, Shining City (ion theatre); The Pride (Diversionary Theatre); Orphans, Playboy of the Western World (New Village Arts); Oleanna, Macbeth, I Hate Hamlet (Intrepid Theatre Company); Loves & Hours (Scripps Ranch Theatre). He is a resident artist with Cygnet Theatre and recipient of the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Award as an actor and a director. A graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School, he has been a faculty member at Palomar College, University of San Diego, and California State University San Marcos and teaches privately through ActorsApproach.

Deborah Gilmour Smyth
Dotty Otley
Associate Artistic Director and director of Patron Services, Deborah has been a member of the Lamb’s resident ensemble since 1979 . Originally from the East Coast, she has lived all over the United States and went to school at San Francisco State University where she studied music and theatre. One of San Diego’s most active performers with over 200 productions to her credit, she is a seven-time recipient of the San Diego Theatre Critics’ Circle’s Craig Noel Award including Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play for Martha in Intrepid Theatre Company's Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf, Vivian Bearing in Lamb’s production of Wit and Outstanding Female Performance in a Musical for her performance as Mother in Ragtime at Starlight Musical Theatre, for her role of Margaret Johnson in The Light in the Piazza at Lamb’s Players, and for her role of Mrs. Lovett at Cygnet Theatre. She has been honored with Backstage West and numerous Patte awards for performance, original music, sound design. At Lamb’s Players Deborah has performed in over 160 productions, directed over 70 productions, sound designed, written original music, or musically directed over 80 productions. Deborah enjoys the opportunity to be involved in an amazing ensemble that is the Lamb’s Players family. Deborah and her husband, Producing Artistic Director Robert Smyth, and their good buddy Banjo Billy make their home in Coronado.

Ross Hellwig
Frederick Fellows
Ross Hellwig Ross Hellwig is honored to be returning to Lamb’s Players Theatre for The Explorers Club. Previous roles at Lamb’s include Bob in Beau Jest and Sharpe in Equivocation. SAN DIEGO: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Intrepid Theatre Company), Vincent in Brixton, Macbeth, Don Juan, Antony and Cleopatra, The Comedy of Errors, The Winter’s Tale, As You Like It (The Old Globe Theatre); King o’ the Moon (North Coast Rep); Edward II (Diversionary Theatre). WEST COAST: Kingsmen Shakespeare Company, International City Theater, Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara, Rubicon Theatre Company, A Noise Within, The Fountain Theatre, LA Theatre Works, B Street Theatre. ELSEWHERE: Vienna’s English Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Southwest Shakespeare Company, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, Thin Air Theatre Company, Mill Mountain Theatre, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Theatreworks USA. FILM: The Selling. TELEVISION: Numb3rs, Law & Order: SVU, Guiding Light. EDUCATION: MFA – The Old Globe/USD Graduate Theatre Program; BFA – The University of Arizona.

Jessica John
Belinda Blair
Jessica John was last seen at Lamb's Theatre as Phyllida in The Explorer's Club. Other favorite shows and honors include: Backyard Renaissance: Abundance, The Elephant Man, Parlour Song; Cygnet Theatre (Resident Artist): Private Lives, Noises Off, Desire Under the Elms, Love Song, Mauritius, Communicating Doors, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (SD Playbill - Best Actress), Burn This (SD Critic’s Circle - Best Actress); Diversionary Theatre: The Pride; Moxie Theatre: Pulp!; ion theatre: Shining City, Angels in America; Moonlight at the AVO: Born Yesterday; New Fortune Theatre Company: Dangerous Liaisons, Henry V; New Village Arts: The Playboy of the Western World (Patte - Best Actress); North Coast Repertory Theatre: Unnecessary Farce, School for Lies, A Shana Maidel, and Renaissance Theatre: A View from the Bridge (SD Critic’s Circle - Best Actress). She was named one of the “Top 50 People to Watch” by San Diego Magazine. Love to fellow-performer Jillian Jeter.

Brian Mackey
Garry Lejeune
Brian Mackey Brian was last seen at Lamb's in Smoke on the Mountain, as well as The Explorers Club, Silent Sky, The Angel's Arms, Equivocation, Dinner with Marlene, The Nerd, An American Christmas and Twelfth Night. Elsewhere: The Importance of Being Earnest, Travesties, The Glass Menagerie, History Boys, Chistmas Carol (Cygnet – Resident Artist); Abundance (Backyard Renaissance Theatre); All My Sons, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The Musical, An Enemy of the People (Intrepid Theatre); In the Heat of the Night, The Woolgatherer, Bash: Latter-Day Plays, Jack Goes Boating, All in the Timing, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Grapes of Wrath (ion theatre); In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play (San Diego Rep); The Pride, The Little Dog Laughed, Baby with the Bathwater, As Much As You Can, Corpus Christi (Diversionary); A Christmas Carol (’07, ’08, ’09), Little Women (North Coast Rep); Born Yesterday (AVO Playhouse); Night Sky (Mo’olelo); The Heidi Chronicles, Julius Caesar (New Village Arts); Side Man (BANG!). Brian was awarded the 2011 Craig Noel Award for Actor of the Year.

Omri Schein
Timothy Allgood
Lambs: The Explorer's Club, Beau Jest. Most recently seen in Around The World In 80 Days at North Coast Repertory Theatre. New York: The People Vs. Mona (Off-Broadway/Cast Recording), Hell’s Belles, Henry V. International Tour: Grease. Regional: When You’re In Love, The Whole World Is Jewish (directed by Jason Alexander), A Funny Thing…Forum, Dear World, among others. San Diego: The Roustabouts Theatre Company's production of his and Phil Johnson's comedy Withering Heights, Laughter On The 23rd Floor, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Five Course Love, The Big Bang, The Underpants, When Pigs Fly, among others. As a writer: Gary Goldfarb: Master Escapist (Winner best lyrics NYMF 2013), Mambo Italiano (based on the film of the same name), The Toxic Avenger: Xmas Chaos, Bed Fellas, The Grotesques, and an upcoming musical adaptation of an award winning young adult novel. MFA Musical Theatre SDSU. www.omri-schein.com.


Heather M. Brose
Stage Manager
Recent PSM credits include: FOC '15, '16, '17, Big Fish, American Rhythm (sub), West Side Story, MIXTAPE (sub), Smoke on the Mountain, Lambs Players Theatre; Pageant, A Behanding in Spokane, Little Shop of Horrors, Cabaret, It's a Wonderful Life, Private Lives, Cygnet Theatre; Vietgone, Hand to God, Disgraced, My Mañana Comes, Uncanny Valley, Steal Heaven, RED, In the Heights, The Mountaintop, Clybourne Park, Tortilla Curtain, Doubt, Water & Power, SDREP; Alice Chan, La Jolla Playhouse; Salome and The Father directed by Estelle Parsons for The Actors Studio starring Al Pacino and Dianne Wiest; and Stephen Sondheim’s 70th Birthday Bash at the Hollywood Bowl. Proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.

Mike Buckley
Scenic Designer
Since 1984 Mike has designed over 200 productions at Lamb's in addition to many shows at such companies as San Diego Rep, The Laguna Playhouse and the Old Globe/USD MFA program. Recent favorites include sets for The Explorer's Club, Beau Jest, and Shadowlands here at Lamb's and set and lights for Godspell at Southwestern College where he teaches technical theatre, scriptwriting and design. Also a playwright, his romantic comedy The Hit had an extended run at Lamb's Coronado Theatre and then the Horton Grand Theatre and his set for The Hit earned Mike his fifth Patte Award. As an actor, Mike has appeared in many shows at Lamb's. Favorites include The Nerd, The Hit, Joseph…, Beau Jest, Johnny Pye and the Foolkiller, The Secret Garden, Boomers and My Fair Lady. He also appeared in Crazy For You at Moonlight. TV credits include Wicked, Wicked Games as well as several commercials. Mike also designs residential interiors through his business Weekend Makeover.

Deborah Gilmour Smyth
Sound Designer
Associate Artistic Director and director of Patron Services, Deborah has been a member of the Lamb’s resident ensemble since 1979 . Originally from the East Coast, she has lived all over the United States and went to school at San Francisco State University where she studied music and theatre. One of San Diego’s most active performers with over 200 productions to her credit, she is a seven-time recipient of the San Diego Theatre Critics’ Circle’s Craig Noel Award including Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play for Martha in Intrepid Theatre Company's Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf, Vivian Bearing in Lamb’s production of Wit and Outstanding Female Performance in a Musical for her performance as Mother in Ragtime at Starlight Musical Theatre, for her role of Margaret Johnson in The Light in the Piazza at Lamb’s Players, and for her role of Mrs. Lovett at Cygnet Theatre. She has been honored with Backstage West and numerous Patte awards for performance, original music, sound design. At Lamb’s Players Deborah has performed in over 160 productions, directed over 70 productions, sound designed, written original music, or musically directed over 80 productions. Deborah enjoys the opportunity to be involved in an amazing ensemble that is the Lamb’s Players family. Deborah and her husband, Producing Artistic Director Robert Smyth, and their good buddy Banjo Billy make their home in Coronado.

Rachel Hengst
Property Master
Properties and PA Rachel Hengst has worked with Lambs Players Theater since 2013. She made her professional theater debut in Mixtape as the Assistant Stage Manager and has learned so much since then. Her Prop Design credits include Lamb's Player's productions of You Can't Take it With You, West Side Story, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Wizard of Oz, the latest incarnation of Mixtape, The Nerd, Miracle Worker, Dinner with Marlene, Beau Jest, Shadowlands, Silent Sky, Big Fish, The Explorer's Club, and Smoke on the Mountain. She thanks her family for their endless support and for God's guidance in her life.

Jordan Miller
Fight Choreographer / Assistant Director
Jordan has served as fight choreographer for many LPT productions including West Side Story, OZ, Les Miserables, Equivocation, The Explorer's Club and The Miracle Worker (where he also served as Assistant Director). As an actor, he was last seen in Big Fish, and played notable roles in Festival of Christmas (2016, 2015, and 2014), OZ, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and his personal favorite, Les Miserables. Together with his wife, Jessica Couto, he currently owns and operates Theater For Young Professionals, a private vocal and acting studio dedicated to training youth actors in San Diego. www.typsandiego.org

Nathan Peirson
Lighting Designer
a graduate of Biola University, Nate is Lamb’s Director of Production. He has been with Lamb’s since 1982 working as photographer, set construction, lighting designer and performer.

Jeanne Reith
Costume Designer
Jeanne's work as a designer this year in San Diego includes Shadowlands for Lambs Players, On the 20th Century for Cygnet Theatre, The Perfect Arrangement and Buddy Holly for Intrepid Theatre, She designed last year's Lambs production of American Rhythm for which she received a Critics Circle, Craig Noel Nomination. Her work has achieved theater critics awards in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara. Other productions awarded for costume design include her original designs for The Wonderful World of Oz, A Servant Of Two Masters, The Light in the Piazza, Little Foxes, Joyful Noise, Metamorphosis, and two dozen other productions. Besides designing she currently teaches at San Diego Mesa College.

Robert Smyth
Director
is LAMB's Producing Artistic Director. He joined the staff of Lamb's Players Street Theatre as an actor and director in 1976. In 1978 LAMB'S opened its first resident theatre in National City, and then in 1994 brought the old performance space in Coronado's historic Spreckel's Building back to life as its new home. Robert has directed more than 150 productions for LAMB'S, and performed in over 100, including favorite roles in A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1776, Cyrano De Bergerac, The Boys Next Door, and the one-man show Damien. He and his wife, director, actor, composer, Deborah Gilmour Smyth, make their home in Coronado.


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Wednesday Matinee 2pm$56$46$26
Friday & Saturday 8pm$66$56$36
Saturday Matinee 4pm, Sunday Matinee 2pm $76$66$46

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