Murder for Two

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Murder for Two

Book and music by JOE KINOSIAN
Book and lyrics by KELLEN BLAIR

MAY 05 - JUNE 10, 2018
Shelterhouse Theatre

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About

Directed by PAUL MASON BARNES

Who killed the great American novelist Arthur Whitney? Found dead in his isolated, rural mansion on the night of his surprise birthday party, every guest has a motive – their dirty little secrets the unwilling and barely veiled subject of the author’s bestsellers. Was the killer his loopy, scene-stealing widow? His overly curious niece? The too-friendly psychiatrist? Or the glamorous, but menacing, prima ballerina? One actor plays the overwhelmed detective while another takes on all of the suspects, creating a zany, musical comedy whodunit. Murder for Two is the perfect blend of music, mayhem and mystery guaranteed to keep you guessing – and laughing – until the very last note.

“Ingenious … a snazzy, vaudevillian double act.” – The New York Times


ADVISORY:
Murder for Two is appropriate for adults and teenagers. This hilarious, musical whodunit introduces a slew of whacky party guests who are suspected of committing murder, so some adult content and mild adult language ensues.

Promotional photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.

 

 

Artists

Eric Shorey

The Suspects

Eric Van Tielen

Marcus Moscowicz

Joe Kinosian

Book and Music

Kellen Blair

Book and Lyrics

Paul Mason Barnes

Director

Bill Clarke

Set Designer

Tracy Dorman

Costume Designer

Lonnie Rafael Alcaraz

Lighting Designer

Jason Sebastian

Sound Designer

Steve Goers

Music Director

Stephanie Klapper

Casting Director

Jenifer Morrow

Stage Manager

 

 

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On the Blog

A Musical Comedy to Die For

Apr 10, 2018
Natalie Hulla

Who killed the great American novelist Arthur Whitney? The mystery unfolds in hilarious fashion in Murder for Two, as one actor plays an overwhelmed detective and another plays a dozen suspects — and they both play piano.

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