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‘Noises Off’ comes to the Jefferson Performing Arts Center

by The 100 Companies

The comedy “Noises Off” is onstage at Jefferson Performing Arts Center April 12-21, featuring an all-local cast directed by Harold Heno.

This 1982 Tony-nominated play by British playwright Michael Frayn – called “the funniest farce ever written” – became a popular 1992 movie featuring Michael Caine and Carol Burnett.

Director Harold Heno, who returned from NYC to New Orleans during the COVID-19 pandemic, says of “Noises Off”: “To this day, it’s still the funniest show I have ever seen or directed, and I am thrilled to share it with another audience!”

More information here; media contact is Amy Kirk Duvoisin at amy@jpas.org.

– Amy Kirk Duvoisin, Director of Marketing & Community Relations, Jefferson Performing Arts Society

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