The Play That Goes Wrong (PG)

By Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields

February 3rd - April 2nd



The Story

Welcome to opening night of the Rogue Valley Drama Society’s newest production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. This 1920s whodunit has everything you never wanted in a show—an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines). Nevertheless, the accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences!


Were it movie, The Play That Goes Wrong would be rated PG-13, with some coarse humor, comic violence and sexual innuendo.


$43 A Level Seating / $39 B Level Seating / $29 C Level Seating

Show Times

All matinees start at 1 pm and all evening shows start at 8pm

Critical Praise for The Play That Goes Wrong 

“The Play” doesn’t offer a laugh a minute. Often, it’s nearly a laugh a second.

Lee Juillerat

Ashland News

Opening last weekend at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland, the comedy gives playgoers few chances to catch their breath between laughing streaks.

Edith Decker

Grants Pass Daily Courier

For audiences, the danger might be severe bellyaches from laughing so often and raucously.

Lee Juillerat

Ashland News

Making mayhem look natural, while keeping it safe, is no small job. And the cast was clearly giving its all in this hilarious production. If you need a serious dose of comic relief in your life, call immediately for reservations to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre's "The Play That Goes Wrong." They done it.

Edith Decker

Grants Pass Daily Courier

Praise for The Play That Goes Wrong from Facebook 

"We saw this play this afternoon. One of the best I’ve seen at Cabaret. Absolutely hilarious. Such talent in this cast. You will not be disappointed in this show. 👍👍"

"One of the best shows we have seen. So funny 😂"

"Everyone should see this hilarious play. So good! I’m amazed at the cast and their abilities. One of the best I’ve seen at Cabaret. Well done. 👏👏👏"

"We laughed harder than we have in ages-this play is so well done!!"

"My wife and daughter saw this opening night and won’t stop talking about it, in a good way lol"

"Saw it opening night, it’s artfully hilarious. Will definitely go again."

"We saw it Saturday night and it was great!"

"Just finished the play that goes wrong Oregon Cabaret Theatre and couldnt stop laughing the entire time. Even got called out as "this guy gets it" and that always makes me feel special. Cant recommend it enough, what an all star cast"

Such a great production! Run to the box office. Buy tickets as soon as possible! So good!!

@erikcasting on Instagram

Meet the Cast

Tony Carter*

Tony Carter*


Previously at the Cabaret: Billy in Musical of Musicals, Rick Taylor in Bat Boy, Rocky in The Rocky Horror Show, Brent in Pine Mountain Lodge, Sir Henry in Baskerville, Kodaly in She Loves Me, Sky in Mamma Mia!, Keno in The Full Monty, Inspector Mac in Sherlock Holmes and The Final Problem

Other productions include: Lumiere in
Beauty and the Beast (Drury Lane Theatre), Oliver in As You Like It (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre & Milwaukee Rep). Other Regional work includes: Utah Shakespeare Festival, PCPA: Pacific Conservatory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Indiana, and Utah Festival Opera.

Where he’s from: Chicago, IL

Personal note: “Tony is so happy to be back at his second home, Ashland! You can follow him on Instagram @tonyscarter.”

Nicolas Wilder

Nicolas Wilder


Previously at the Cabaret: Paul in Moon Over Buffalo

Other productions include: Clown 1 in The 39 Steps (Surflight/Cortland/Forestburgh/Laguna Playhouse/Natl. Tour), Joe Pitt in Angels in America (Richmond Triangle Playhouse), Norman in The Norman Conquests (Winnipesaukee Playhouse)

Where he’s from: Originally Philadelphia, PA; Currently New York City for 10 years

Personal note: “Many thanks to Val for this opportunity and to Rebecca for everything else!”

Rebecca Tucker

Rebecca Tucker


Previously at the Cabaret: Roz in Moon Over Buffalo

Other productions include: Aphra Behn in Or, (Portland Stage); Janet in Rocky Horror, Julie in Miss Julie, Kost in Cabaret (Winnipesaukee Playhouse); Louise in Gypsy (Interlakes Theatre); Corie in Barefoot in the Park (Sharon Playhouse); Billie in Nice Work if You Can Get It (Broward Stage Door)

Where she's from: Originally Palmdale, CA; Currently New York City for 10 years

Personal note: "Thank you to my sweet husband Nick for all that you are, and to Val for bringing us back to Ashland to play together again!"

Tim Fuchs*

Tim Fuchs*


Previously at the Cabaret: Man 1 in Backwards in High Heels 

Other productions include: Something Rotten! (Ensemble U/S Nigel), 42nd Street (Swing), CATS (Mungojerrie, Royal Caribbean), Ernst Ludwig in Cabaret (Goodspeed Opera House); Ensemble/US Nigel in Something Rotten, Swing/Ensemble in 42nd Street (National Tour); Davey in Newsies! (PCPA); Mungojerrie in Cats (Royal Caribbean)

Where he’s from: New York City

Personal note: “I’d like to thank my family for their ever continued support and of course Sierra (who is also in the show!) for her constant love and shared affinity for pizza. 

Proud AEA member.”

Billy Breed

Billy Breed


Previously at the Cabaret: Underling in The Drowsy Chaperone, Amos in Chicago, Ensemble in 9 to 5, Hennissey in Dames at Sea 

Other Theaters include: Pacific Conservatory Theatre, San Luis Obispo Repertory Theatre, Great American Melodrama, Theatre at the Center/ Chicago, Royal Palm Theatre, Circa 21 Playhouse, Lexington Shakespeare Festival. Touring - Scala Productions European Tour

Where he’s from: Originally Charleston WV; Currently Pismo Beach, CA

August Gabriel

August Gabriel


Previously at the Cabaret: US Horse in The Full Monty, Richard Maynard in Moon Over Buffalo, Murry in The Odd Couple, and Lovin' Al/Emilio/and Others in Working

Other productions include: Benjamin Skeene in Rita Dove's Darker Face of the Earth (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); The Witch Doctor/Barbara Bush/and Others in Steve Silver's Beach Blanket Babylon; Hoke in Driving Miss Daisy at various theatres; Lucien in The Boys Next Door, Kris Kringle in Miracle on 34th Street, Clarence in It's a Wonderful Life, Sidney Lipton in God's Favorite (Rockwall Community Playhouse)

Where he’s from: Originally Seattle, WA; Currently Medford, OR for 5 years

Personal note: “A big thank you to Susan and David, the best friends and booster club anyone could ask for!”

Sierra Wells

Sierra Wells


Previously at the Cabaret: Eileen in Moon Over Buffalo, Suzanne/Countess/Admirer in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Mrs. T/Bad Idea Bear in Avenue Q, Lulu/US Sally in Cabaret

Other productions include: Miss Shields in A Christmas Story: The Musical (National Tour); Laura in The Glass Menagerie, Ophelia in Hamlet, Marianne in Sense & Sensibility (PCPA); Meg in Leading Ladies (The Great American Melodrama)

Where she’s from: Originally Lancaster, CA; Currently New York City

Personal note: “After all these years, I finally get to share the stage with my partner Tim! Love you, babe! Gratitude and love forever to my family.”

Elliot Anderson

Elliot Anderson


Previously at the Cabaret: US in Christmas Contigo and US in Sherlock Holmes and the Final Problem

Other productions include: Betty Bumbrake in Peter and the Starcatcher (Collaborative Theatre Project) and many other roles at CTP, Camelot & Randall Theatres

Where he’s from: Medford, OR

Personal note: “Elliot is excited to make his acting debut on the OCT stage with this hilarious show. When he’s not onstage he can be found herding pigs (he has three), gardening, reading or helping clients around the Rogue Valley bring their dream homes to life through his construction company, Britannia Construction. He would like to thank the myriad of friends and family who support him and make it possible to pursue his passion of theatre.”

Austin Miller

Austin Miller


Previously at the Cabaret: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol, Ethan in The Full Monty, Vinnie in The Odd Couple, Sherlock U/S in Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of the Four and Sherlock Holmes and the Final Problem

Other productions include: Jamie in Last 5 Years (YA4Ever), Igor in Young Frankenstein the Musical (Simi Valley Cultural Arts), Man #2 in Songs for a New World (Next Stage), Edgar Allan Poe in The Dark Heart of Poe (Elite Theater Co)

Where he’s from: Originally Simi Valley, CA; Currently Ashland, OR for 4 years