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Adapted from the novel written by Mark Haddon, the play 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' holds the record for winning seven Olivier Awards at the 2013 Award Ceremony. The play has already broken records and is now scheduled to thrill audiences in New York. According to The Guardian, "the whole thing is done with enormous flair". Get The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time tickets at the earliest and prepare to watch the upcoming performance live.
The National Theater's critically acclaimed and commercially successful production earned rave reviews for its debut season in 2012. Adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliot, the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time premiered at the Royal National Theater's Cottesloe Theater in August 2012. The cast of the play included Luke Treadaway in the lead role along with Nicola Walker, Paul Ritter, Una Stubbs and Niamh Cusack. Curiosity, fear, surprises and delights kept the audiences on their toes throughout the length of the performance. The same level of entertainment is promised by the upcoming show at the Barrymore Theater.
The production brings to life on stage the unforgettable story of fifteen-year old Christopher John Francis Boone. He is a young mathematician with an extraordinary brain but is ill-equipped to interpret everyday life and its formalities, because of his Asperger's syndrome. The untimely death of his neighbor's dog starts an inventive and unexpected journey for the boy and takes the audiences into his wonderful world, where he views everything from an entirely different perspective. The story shows that Christopher is found at the crime scene in the garden where Mrs. Shear's dog Wellington had been murdered at seven minutes past midnight. This makes him a suspect and hence puts him circumstances from which he has to find a way out.
The brainy teenager turns into an amateur detective and he is pitted against not only his family but also his ambitions and dreams. Will he be able to come out triumphant and prove his innocence or will he be steered to a dreaded world is for you to find out.
An added feature of the play is the use of the Cartesian grid on stage. This surprisingly allows the audiences to relate to an outsider's experience of being lost in the sensory chaos of London and finding comfort in the correlation of lines and movements.
The namesake mystery novel on which the play is based has shown an equal degree of success as the live production. The title itself is a quote from a Sherlock Holmes story. The novel won several accolades, including the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, Whitbread Book Award and the Commonwealth Writer's Prize. Written in the first person's perspective, the story accommodates several themes, but mainly highlights 'social disability'. The way Mark Haddon has described Christopher's struggles and achievements in regards to adjusting with the society offers a rich canvas of experiences for this particular cognitive condition.
The novel and its adaptation into a live theater performance both have earned a lot of commercial success and critical appreciation. A film adaptation is also under consideration, but undoubtedly there is no match for watching the story unfolding live on stage. Having thrilled hundreds of new and regular theater goers, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is now coming to New York. This is your chance to become part of this interesting mystery and adventure. Hurry to get The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time tickets before they are all sold out.