The Play That Goes Wrong, as the title suggests, is about a play that goes horribly, horribly wrong. If you've ever seen Noises Off, which has been produced in every community theater in America for decades (and recently revived on Broadway), then you can imagine what this show is like. You will laugh for two hours straight as the madcap comedy stylings of this play continue to delight, gag after gag.

J.J. Abrams himself was involved in importing this show to Broadway after a successful run on London's West End. The zany cast is superb, the concept is hysterical, and the whole evening is a lot of fun.

Photos: Jeremy Daniel and Alastair Muir