Winner of seven Olivier Awards (2013) and five Tony Awards (2015), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a thrilling combination of “storytelling and spectacle,” according to The Times.
The award-winning production is based on the 2003 novel by Mark Haddon. The book won over 17 literary awards across the globe. Directed by Marianne Elliott, this live theatre production was adapted by Simon Stephens.
A stunning cast brings this tale to life, which includes:
Scott Reid as Christopher. CATS nominee Scott Reid’s theatre appearances include The Maids, Fever Dream: Southside, Perfect Stroke, Black Barn, Fit for a King, The Choir, The Martyr and more. His television appearances include Waterloo’s Warrior, Line of Duty, Still Game and What’s Funny About the Indyref?
Emma Beattie as Judy. Emma received her training at ALRA and is the 1998 winner of the Baylis Award. Her theatre appearances include The Distance, Medea, The Odyssey, Four of Jericho, The Potting Shed, The Cut, The Song of Deborah, and Hysteria. Her television appearances include Mr. Selfridge, Doctors and The Wives Did It.
Oliver Boot as Roger Shears. Oliver received his training at RADA. His theatre appearances include Hay Fever, Tartufee, Hay Fever, The Three Musketeers, King Lear, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Jamaica Inn, Finding Neverland, Olivier!, Piaf, Great Expectations and more. His television appearances include One Night, Hotel Babylon, Holby City, and The Time of Your Life.
Eliza Collings as Mrs. Shears. Eliza was trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Her theatre work includes The Country Wife, The Miser, The Ceremony, The One That Got Away, The Man of Mode, The Vaudevillains, On This Site, and Cider with Rosie.
Lucianne McEvoy as Siobhan. Lucianne trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre. Her other theatre works include Sacrifice at Easter, The Weir, Jumpy, The Libertine, Ladies Cage, Translations and The Boy Who Fell into a Book.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time follows 15-year-old Christopher John Francis Boone from Swindon, Wiltshire. Christopher, who calls himself a “mathematician with behavioral difficulties,” finds himself standing next to Mrs. Shears’ deceased dog, which has just been killed by a pitchfork.
In this classic who-done-it tale, Christopher records every fact in his book as he attempts to solve the murder mystery. He distrusts strangers, doesn’t like being touched and has never ventured past the end of his road, but Christopher’s detective work takes him on a journey that will turn his world upside down.