The Sound of Murder

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Reviews: 2

Audience

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Reviews: 0

Thu Mar 28, 8:00pm
Fri Mar 29, 8:00pm
Sat Mar 30, 8:00pm
Sun Mar 31, 2:00pm
Thu Apr 04, 8:00pm
Fri Apr 05, 8:00pm
Sat Apr 06, 8:00pm
Sun Apr 07, 2:00pm
Thu Apr 11, 8:00pm
Fri Apr 12, 8:00pm
Sat Apr 13, 8:00pm
Sun Apr 14, 2:00pm

Charles Norbury is a wildly successful author of children’s books. He hates children, and pretty much anyone else, too. He’s petty, cruel, vindictive, and treats his unloved wife like a slave. He also refuses to have children with her. In short, he’s the sort of fellow who would make the world a better place if only he would just die.
Anne, the wife, has found some solace in the arms of her handsome lover, Peter. Charles won’t grant her a divorce: It would damage him professionally with the parents of his juvenile fans.
The one person who has real regard for Charles is his loyal secretary, Miss Forbes. She is infatuated with Peter.
Anne and Peter deduce that the only way they will ever be to be together forever is if they kill Charles. They come up with a scheme to effect his murder. But things just don’t go according to plan…..
The plot of The Sound of Murder has more twists and turns than the Arroyo Parkway. Surprise follows surprise, and you’ll be kept guessing as to what exactly the heck is going on until the very end.
The cast of The Sound of Murder includes Roslyn Cohn, Gabriel Oliva, David Hunt Stafford, Peter Trencher, David Westbay and Kate Whitney.
Written by William Fairchild. Directed by Adrian nEIL.

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Reviews

Carol Kaufman Segal
"The play is well-written, very well directed by Adrian Cohen, and performed by talented actors whose British accents are never lost."

sweet - Carol Kaufman Segal - Carol's Culture Corner - ...read full review


"This play is just as deep as a scheme of having somebody snuffed because of one loving somebody else. That is good enough for those that really love a mystery, and this play proves its plot points in full!"

sweet - Rich Borowy - Accessibly Live Off-Line - ...read full review


Carol Kaufman Segal
"The play is well-written, very well directed by Adrian Cohen, and performed by talented actors whose British accents are never lost."

sweet - Carol Kaufman Segal - Carol's Culture Corner - ...read full review


"This play is just as deep as a scheme of having somebody snuffed because of one loving somebody else. That is good enough for those that really love a mystery, and this play proves its plot points in full!"

sweet - Rich Borowy - Accessibly Live Off-Line - ...read full review