The Tony Award-winning comedic spoof of the classic 1935 film, in which four actors portray more than 150 characters in a fast paced 100 minutes. More…
The madcap story follows dashing hero Richard Hannay as he races to solve the mystery of 'The 39 Steps,' all the while trying to clear his name. The four actors change roles in the blink of an eye. This production, performed at the intimate Union Square Theatre, is a transfer of the Tony Award winning Broadway production.
See it if You enjoy subtle humor and only a handful of actors playing multiple characters.
Don't see it if You don't like self-aware physical comedy or Hitchcock.
See it if you enjoy a clever take-off on a 1935 Hitchcock film; you appreciate the great staging of many characters by a cast of four!
Don't see it if Minimal staging, satiric comedy, dated subject matter and a somewhat unsatisfying ending don't agree with you.
See it if you want a whirlwind of plot, action, drama that never stops to catch its breath. The actors race though dozens of roles. Real fun .
Don't see it if You are expecting see anything remotely connected to the movie version. This aint not movie.
See it if You can enjoy the show for what it is- budget friendly, clever and fun.
Don't see it if You are a sour-puss or a snob...this show is only as funny as you let it be, so lighten up!
See it if You are amused by any of the following: Monty Python, Gene Wilder, Mel Brooks.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy satire, silly accents and costume changes.
See it if You like to laugh a lot and love theatre that is inventive with great acting!
Don't see it if Don't like to laugh and have a good time!
See it if you can laugh at anything and everything.
Don't see it if you have a short attention span. I have seen this show before and rather enjoyed it but this production was slow, unfunny, and pointless.
See it if you enjoy clever staging and fourth-wall breaking jokes that use theatre conventions to wink at the audience.
Don't see it if you want a fully produced and engaging show that doesn't remind you it's a play.
See it if You enjoy live theatre at its best! Great actors play multiple roles in this fun mystery. You'll laugh and be wowed by the cleverness of it.
Don't see it if You're looking for a conventional play with a large(er) cast and storyline.