The new American cast of "The Play That Goes Wrong." (Photo: Jeremy Daniel)
“The Play That Goes Wrong” is not the typical Broadway success story, but it has outlasted the competition. The play does not have a star at its helm, did not win a Tony Award for best play and did not receive rave reviews, but it stands as the only play remaining from last season, making it the longest-running play currently on Broadway. The secret to its success, according to its producers, comes down to its broad appeal, which transcends age groups and language, as well as economics that support that. “It’s a multi-generational show, which on Broadway, for a play, is…

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