The Play What I Wrote BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • Opening Night:
    March 30, 2003
    Closing:
    June 15, 2003

    Theater: Lyceum Theatre / 149 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Winner of the 2002 Olivier Award, The Play What I Wrote is a play which revolves around Hamish, who no longer wants to be part of his comedy double act with Sean. Instead he wants to see the play that he has written, A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple, properly mounted on the Broadway stage. But before this can happen he needs a major star to play the supporting role to his lead role. The Play What I Wrote stars Sean Foley, Hamish McColl and Toby Jones (Olivier Award winner for this performance) and a surprise celebrity guest star. Kenneth Branagh directs.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF The Play What I Wrote

    British Gags Run Amok In Pratfalls

    Ben Brantley

    March 31, 2003: The whole thing is -- let's face it -- too silly for words. So readers should be advised that any descriptions that follow will be to some degree inadequate in capturing the full ecstatic idiocy of ''The Play What I Wrote,'' the very British import of a comedy revue, which opened last night at the Lyceum Theater.

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