The Shark is Broken
All scheduled for a successful 14 week run in London's West End, the Shark is Broken is a thrilling play at the Ambassador's Theatre currently performing. This story has drama, horror, thrill, and lots of emotions. And no matter what kind of theatre you enjoy, you'll be hooked to it in no time...
To witness the beauty of this fabulous play come alive by booking your tickets right away. And hurry if you want the best seats in the house!
An Excellent Creative Team
Guy Masterson, a genius theatre director, is responsible for the Shark is Broken. This piece is a true winner written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon. And the credit for bringing it to the West End goes to Sonia Friedman, a producer who has had her successful run in the theatre world many times.
Duncan Henderson's spellbinding set and costume design add oomph to the entire play. At the same time, Joe Clark's lighting makes the show come alive. Martha Geelan is the associate director, Simisola Majekodunmi is the assistant lighting designer, and Deborah Andrews is the costume associate.
Know A Little More
The Shark is Broken is set in 1974, when Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider, and Richard Dreyfuss were filming Jaws on board the Orca. If you have watched Steven Spielberg's Jaws, you must know what an adventurous and thrilling film it is. However, the behind the scenes story of the film is even more interesting, and most importantly, completely real.
As the show's actors were shooting off the coast of New England near Martha's vineyard, they faced numerous problems that challenged them physically and emotionally.
These challenges even became the reason for a few conflicts between the cast and raised tensions in the crew. And to add insult to injury, weather problems, the breakdown of the mechanical shark used, and the reducing budgets were all taking a toll on the people involved.
This drama is captured beautifully in its raw form in The Shark is Broken. And it's coupled well with stunning music, acting, and sets. If you're looking to uncover the thrill behind the shooting of Jaws, catching a show of this play is the best idea.
Remember, everyone is excited at the idea of watching this behind the scenes drama, so tickets barely stay available. You need to act fast and book your tickets immediately. So click the "Book Now" button ASAP.