The Play That Goes Wrong
By Henry Lewis, Henry Shields, & Jonathan SayerFIND TICKETS
March 21 - April 7, 2024
“The funniest play Broadway has ever seen” – Huffington Post
Monty Python meets Noises Off in this slapstick farce! Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s comic gold that is sure to bring down the house.
“The funniest play I have ever seen on Broadway or anywhere else!” – WABC-TV
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The Fundraiser That Goes Right: Sat, March 23 & 30
Performances of The Play That Goes Wrong on the evenings of Saturday, March 23rd and Saturday, March 30th are special enhanced experiences serving as our spring fundraiser: The Fundraiser That Goes Right at The Play That Goes Wrong! Tickets to these specific performances will include a special pre-show party featuring a strolling dinner, entertainment, and activities before the 7:30pm performance. Click here to learn more about these special events!
Tickets: $50 (includes fundraiser admission and ticket to The Play That Goes Wrong)
Flex Pass holders may call the box office (M-F 12 – 5pm) and redeem their 23/24 Flex Pass tickets for a simple $15 upgrade per ticket.
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Pay What You Will Thursdays: To keep live performance affordable and accessible to our community, we’re offering Pay What You Will Thursdays for all Mainstage shows at the Waldron and Ted Jones Playhouse! Book tickets for one of our Thursday performances of The Play That Goes Wrong and you’ll get to choose your own ticket price (from $5-$75). Just select your seats, then you’ll be prompted to choose your ticket price.
Pay What You Will Thursdays and our Community Access Ticket Program are generously sponsored by Jessika and Bryan Hane.
- Director: Chad Rabinovitz
- Fight Choreographer: Leraldo Anzaldua
- Scenic Designer: Cody Rutledge
- Lighting Designer: Erika Johnson
- Costume Designer: Kate Mott
- Sound Designer: Andrew Hopson
- Stage Manager: Topher Rohrer
- Assistant Stage Manager: Chelsea Pell
- Assistant Stage Manager: Katie Ayer
- Props Master: Aubrey Krueger
- Props Artisan: Barb Steininger
- Technical Director/Scene Shop: Campbell TD
- Scene Shop: Omaha Community Playhouse
Gavin Douglas (he/him)
Gavin Douglas is a recent graduate of IU’s MFA acting program. He comes from the Pacific Northwest, where he graduated from Southern Oregon University with his BFA. This is his second show at Constellation, his first being Holmes and Watson in which he played Holmes 3. Some of his favorite roles at IU include Leontes in The Winter’s Tale, Sir Edward Clarke in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and Basilio in Sueno. He is thrilled to be a part of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Haley Glickman (she/her)
Haley Glickman is an Indianapolis based actor and playwright. She wrote, produced, and acted in That’s Hot, which was featured in the 2023 IndyFringe Festival. Recently, she has performed with American Lives Theatre (Natural Affection), the Children’s Museum Lilly Theatre, Richmond Shakespeare Festival (As You Like It), and Indy Bard Fest (Titus Andronicus). As a writer, Haley has published works in Sinister Wisdom Literary Magazine, Sixty Inches from Center, and the Dillydoun Review. She’s thrilled to be joining Constellation for the first time and hopes you enjoy the show. www.haleyglickman.com
Andy McCain* (he/him)
Bobby Ayala Perez (he/him)
Bobby is a multidisciplinary artist and a recent graduate of the MFA Acting program at Indiana University. He’s thrilled to be back at Constellation where he was last seen as Holmes 2 in Holmes & Watson. Some favorite credits include Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, Angelo in Measure for Measure, Antigonus and Autolycus in The Winter’s Tale, Clown in The 39 Steps. Outside of theatre, Bobby enjoys illustration and painting and recently had his art showcased in the Spotlight Gallery at The Waldron Arts Center. He also enjoys filmmaking, coffee, carpentry, and accumulating plants. He and his partner, who is also an actor, reside in Bloomington with their chihuahua, who is not an actor. bobbyayalaperez.com
Alanna Porter (she/her)
Alanna Porter is a third-year IU student pursuing a BFA in Musical Theatre with a minor in ASL & Dance. Some of her other theatre credits include: Jump (Judy), Joseph…Technicolor Dreamcoat (Dan/Dance Captain/Pharaoh Understudy), and Carrie (Miss Gardener). Outside of rehearsal Alanna has participated in the IU Soul Revue and is a member of the Black Student Union. Additionally, she is a choreographer for multiple schools throughout Indiana! She is from Indianapolis, IN. Alanna would like to thank everyone involved for their time and hard work!
David Sheehan (he/him)
David Sheehan is an actor, director, and sound designer based in Bloomington, IN. For Constellation he has previously appeared as Dr Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest and as Holmes #1 in Holmes and Watson. For the BPP he appeared in Spun, Ugly Lies the Bone, Fortunato Heist, and many others both in front of and behind the curtain. This is his first time sharing the stage with his brother since a high school production of Dancing at Lughnasa in 2002.
Michael Sheehan (he/him)
Mike is very excited to be returning to the Constellation stage. He was last seen as Chris in Out of Orbit, Steve in Beating a Dead Horse and Cal in Row After Row. He has also worked behind the scenes in many shows including Assistant Directing The Jedi Handbook, and helping the crew with Everything in its Place: The Life and Slimes of Mark Summers (now a Broadway hit!) and Spun. Mike is particularly happy to be reunited on stage with his brother David Sheehan after 22 years.
Peter Sipla* (he/him)
Peter Sipla is thrilled to return to Bloomington where he was last seen as Toad in A Year with Frog & Toad (Cardinal Stage). Chicago Theatre credits: The King and I (Lyric Opera of Chicago), The Hero Within, Shortshakes!: Romeo and Juliet, and Passion (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), South Pacific (Drury Lane Theatre), City of Angels and Newsies (The Marriott Theatre), Wizard of Oz and Miss Saigon (Paramount Theatre), The Lehman Trilogy, Blood and Gifts, Juno, and The Last Wife (TimeLine Theatre), Cambodian Rock Band (Victory Gardens Theatre), Passage (Remy Bumppo Theatre), The Jigsaw Bride and Macbeth (First Folio Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Oak Park Festival Theatre). Film/TV credits: A Man Called Otto (Sony), Station Eleven (Max), Next (Fox), and Chicago Fire (NBC). Peter received a B.A. in Theatre from North Central College, and is the 2023 recipient of their Alumni Recognition Award.
*Member of AEA (Actors Equity Association)
Presented by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service under license from Mischief Worldwide Ltd.