Curious Incident Launches North American Tour Today | Playbill

News Curious Incident Launches North American Tour Today The Tony-winning play is headed for Los Angeles, Boston and more than two dozen other cities.
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Recent Juilliard graduate Adam Langdon stars as Christopher Boone in the North American touring company of the Tony Award-winning drama The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Simon Stephens’ play launches September 27 in Rochester, NY.

The cast also features Gene Gillette (War Horse) as Ed, Felicity Jones Latta (Metamorphoses) as Judy, Maria Elena Ramirez (Fish in the Dark) as Siobhan and Amelia White (The Heiress) as Mrs. Alexander. The ensemble includes Brian Robert Burns (War Horse), Francesca Choy-Kee (Disgraced), Josephine Hall (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), John Hemphill (School of Rock), Robyn Kerr (Dark Vanilla Jungle), Kathy McCafferty (Dada Woof Papa Hot), J. Paul Nicholas (Blood and Gifts), Geoffrey Wade (Translations) and Tim Wright (Curious Incident/Broadway). Benjamin Wheelwright (Curious Incident/Broadway) will play Christopher at certain performances.

The North American tour is produced by Stuart Thompson, Tim Levy for NT America, Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures Inc., Lisa Burger for NT Productions, Bob Boyett, Roger and William Berlind, Scott M. Delman, Roy Furman, Glass Half Full Productions, Ruth Hendel, JFLT TLP Partnership, Jon B. Platt, Scott Rudin, Triple Play Broadway and The Shubert Organization.

The Broadway production, which won the 2015 Tony Award as Best Play, closed September 4. It recouped its entire investment in just over three months following a critically acclaimed opening at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on October 5, 2014.

The tour route, including cities throughout North America, has been announced, as follows:

Rochester, NY, September 27-October 2, Auditorium Theater
Washington DC, October 5-23, Kennedy Center Opera House
Greenville, SC, October 25-30, Peace Center
Orlando, FL, November 1-6, Dr. Phillips Center
Tampa, FL, November 8-13, Straz Center
West Palm Beach, FL, November 15-20, Kravis Center
Schenectady, NY, November 23-27, Proctors
Minneapolis, MN, November 29-December 4, The Orpheum Theater
Chicago, IL, December 6-24, The Oriental Theater
Hartford, CT, December 27-January 1, 2017, Bushnell Theater
Pittsburgh, PA, January 3-8, 2017, Heinz Hall
Dallas, TX, January 11-22, 2017, AT&T PAC
Houston, TX, January 24-29, 2017, Hobby Center
Providence, RI, February 7-12, 2017, PPAC
Charlotte, NC, February 14-19, Belk Theater
Durham, NC, February 21-26, Durham PAC
Philadelphia, PA, February 28 - March 5, Academy Of Music
Boston, MA, March 7-19, Boston Opera House
Cleveland, OH, March 21 - April 9, Connor Palace
East Lansing, MI, April 11-16, Wharton Center
Fayetteville, AR, April 18-23, Walton Arts Center
Nashville, TN, April 25-30, TPAC
Detroit, MI, May 2-14, Fisher Theater
Des Moines, IA, May 16-21, Des Moines Civic Center
Denver, CO, May 30 - June 18, The Ellie Caulkins
Tempe, AZ, June 20-25, ASU Gammage
San Francisco, CA, June 27 - July 23, The Golden Gate
Seattle, WA, July 25-30, Paramount
Los Angeles, CA, August 2 - September 10, CTG Ahmanson
Costa Mesa, CA, September 12-17, Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Additional cities will be announced later.

Click here to read the Broadway reviews.

Click here to read how director Marianne Elliott and playwright Stephens shaped the piece for Broadway.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time transferred to London's West End following a sold-out run at the National's Cottesloe Theatre in 2012. The production received seven 2013 Olivier Awards, including Best New Play.

Here's how it's billed: “Fifteen-year old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor's dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.”

The touring production is designed by three-time Olivier Award winner Bunny Christie, with lighting by Tony Award winner Paule Constable, video design by Finn Ross, movement by Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly, music by Adrian Sutton and sound by Ian Dickinson for Autograph. Casting is by Daniel Swee and Cindy Tolan.


(Updated September 27, 2016)

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