Tony Winner Andrea Martin to Star in Roundabout's Noises Off on Broadway in 2015
The Michael Frayn farce will play at the American Airlines Theatre.
Roundabout Theater Company has announced that two-time Tony Award winner Andrea Martin is set to star in the upcoming 2015 Broadway production of Michael Frayn's Noises Off. Jeremy Herrin will direct the production, which will play at the American Airlines Theatre.
Noises Off is a classic comedy that follows the goings-on during the final dress rehearsal of a comedy called Nothing On — and all that can go wrong does. The play originally opened on Broadway in 1983, and a revival was staged in 2001.
Andrea Martin won a 2013 Tony for playing the role of Berthe in the Tony-winning revival of Roger O. Hirson and Stephen Schwartz's Pippin. She also won a 1993 Tony for originating the role of Alice Miller in the musical My Favorite Year. Martin is currently preparing for her role in Act One, a new drama adapted by James Lapine from the autobiography of playwright Moss Hart. Her other Broadway credits include Young Frankenstein, Fiddler on the Roof, Oklahoma!, among others.