The Play What I Wrote

The Play What I Wrote
Theatre: Lyceum
Status: Closed
(March 07, 2003 - June 15, 2003 )
  • Rehearsal: February 25, 2003
  • Preview: March 7, 2003
  • Open: March 30, 2003
  • Close: June 15, 2003
Play - American Premiere
Running Time: 1hr 50mins

“The Play What I Wrote” revolves around Hamish, who no longer wants to be part of his comedy double act with Sean. Hamish would rather see “A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple,” the play what HE wrote, presented on Broadway.

For The Record:

"The Play What I Wrote" had its world premiere at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre in the summer of 2001 and transferred to the West End at Wyndham's Theatre in London opening on November 5th that same year and ran until May 4th, 2002 then returning for an encore run at the same theatre opening November 5th, 2002 and running until January 4th 2003.

Total Gross: $2,530,951
Average Weekly Gross: $168,730
Total Gross Potential: 39%
Total Attendance: 63,237
Average Weekly Attendance: 61%

Staff & Creative Team

Producer:

Orpheum Circuit

General Manager:

Stuart Thompson Productions

Casting Director:

Juliet Taylor Casting

Advertising Representative:

Serino Coyne

Press Agent:

Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Production Stage Manager:

Nancy Harrington

Director:

Kenneth Branagh

Choreographer:

Irving Davies

Settings & Costumes:

Alice Powers

Original Music:

Gary Yershon