The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeNOW - NOV 25
Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
Adapted by Simon Stephens
Directed by Paul Daigneault
Movement Direction by Yo-EL Cassell
Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Play, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME is a truly remarkable theatrical experience that will change how you experience everyday life. Based on the international best-seller, the play takes us inside the mind of Christopher Boone, a 15-year-old math savant who talks in loud declamatory sentences, doesn’t do “chat,” and can’t stand to be touched. When he discovers one night that his neighbor’s dog has been murdered, Christopher sets out to solve the crime, embarking on a thrilling journey that will upend both his world, and ours.
SENSORY-FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE: On Nov. 19 @ 3PM, this performance will accommodate patrons with sensitivity issues and those on the autism spectrum experience a SpeakEasy Stage Company production.
RUN TIME: Approx. 2 hours and 35 minutes with one intermission.
Though a performance may appear sold out, check back daily for updated ticket availability. Seats may open up even in sold out performances. For more information, call 617-933-8600.
Eliott Purcell* … Christopher Boone
Craig Mathers* … Ed Boone
Laura Latreille* … Judy Boone
Jackie Davis* … Siobhan
Christine Power … Mrs. Shears/Mrs. Gascoyne
Tim Hackney … Roger Shears/Duty Sergeant
Cheryl McMahon* … Mrs. Alexander/Posh Lady
Damon Singletary … Reverend Peters/Station Policeman
Alejandro Simoes … Policeman 1/Mr. Thompson/Man with Socks
Gigi Watson … No. 40/Information/Punk Girl
Scenic Design by Christopher & Justin Swader*
Costume Design by Gail Astrid Buckley*
Sound Design by Jeff Adelberg*
Sound Design by David Remedios*
Props Design by Joe Stallone
Dawn Saglio*, Production Stage Manager
Daryl Lauranza*, Assistant Stage Manager
Sundays: 10/29, 11/5, 11/12 following 3:00 pm performances
Join us for a talkback with artists from the show.
OUT & ABOUT
Friday 10/27 following 8:00 pm performance
Join us for a party with the cast and crew. Free food and cash bar. All are welcome!
In 2003, British author Mark Haddon had his first novel published. It was called The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a peculiar title for a story that would soon become one of the best-selling, most studied, and most beloved of the 21st century. After being approached dozens of times for the stage […]read more
Joe Juknievich is the current Artistic Fellow at SpeakEasy Stage Company for the 2017-2018 theatrical season. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016 where he studied American History and Theatre. While in college, he was an active leader in the University of New Hampshire’s student-run drama organization, the Mask and Dagger Dramatic Society. During his […]read more
Christopher and Justin Swader are New York-based scenic designers. You might remember their designs for SIGNIFICANT OTHER last season. They are recipients of a 2016 American Theatre Wing Henry Hewes Design Award Nomination, and their design for JARRING was recently selected as a finalist for the World Stage Design 2017 exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan.read more
Elliot Norton Award nominee Eliott Purcell talks to SpeakEasy about his upcoming role as Christopher Boone in SpeakEasy’s production of THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. The actor opens up about his personal relationship with the story and his thoughts on playing the role.read more
Based on the international best-seller, the play takes us inside the mind of Christopher Boone, a 15-year-old math savant who talks in loud declamatory sentences, doesn’t do “chat,” and can’t stand to be touched. When he discovers one night that his neighbor’s dog has been murdered, Christopher sets out to solve the crime, embarking on a thrilling journey that will upend both his world, and ours.read more