by Ken Ludwig
This mystery-comedy by the author of Moon Over Buffalo has delighted audiences nationwide with its classic murder-mystery devices: shots in the dark, darkly held secrets and ghosts behind curtains. In the 1920s, actor William Gillette, famous for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, invites the cast of his latest play to his pseudo-medieval castle in Connecticut for a séance. What follows is a clever who-done-it packed with both suspense and laughter.
Played October 25 -November 17, 2001
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