Murphy’s Law is alive and well in the hilarious comedy The Play that Goes Wrong

Dates Jan 14 – Feb 12 – Monday – Saturday 7:30 PM, Saturday Matinees 2:30 PM

Tickets – $18.75-$34.50, Free Parking

801.298.1302, CPTUtah.org, 525 N 400 W, Centerville, UT

ASL Performance Saturday, January 22nd, Matinee 2:30 PM

Certified Interpreter

Ticket requests need to be made 48 hours in advance to ensure interpreters.

Contact the Box Office for available seating. 801.298.1302

Prepare for an evening of side-splitting laughter at CenterPoint’s production of The Play That Goes Wrong. You will be transported to the charming theater of The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society and its opening night of their new production – the 1920s murder mystery ‘Murder at Haversham Manor.’  As the show’s title might suggest, the opening night does not go as smoothly as hoped. The dauntless troupe struggles bravely to reach the final curtain of their murder mystery play while coping with missed lines, lost props, and poorly built scenery.  

Directed by Jennifer Westfall, portrayed by two talented casts, and written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields. This play within a play will not disappoint.

Start the new year off with a laugh!  Call CenterPoint Legacy Theatre today.  Reserve your tickets by calling the box office at 801-298-1302 or go online to cptutah.org.

The Play that Goes Wrong is sponsored by a generous donation from Cache Valley Bank and Rocky Mountain Power.