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June 7 - 8:00 pm
June 8 - 8:00 pm

 June 9 - 2:00 pm

 June 13 - 7:30 pm

 June 14 - 8:00 pm*

June 15 - 8:00 pm

*Talk Back Session after the performance.

Produced through special arrangement with Concord Theatricals.

"Re-enter Agatha with another whodunit hit, another of her 
fiendishly ingenious murder mysteries."

- London Evening News 

In the quiet, little village of Chipping Cleghorn, an announcement in the local newspaper causes a stir among the residents. There is to be a murder in the home of Miss Blacklock that evening! As Miss Blacklock, her lodgers, and curious visitors begin to arrive, tensions mount and everyone wonders if it’s all a silly joke. However, the victim proves to be an unexpected visitor and not Miss Blacklock or one of the villagers at all. With the arrival of Inspector Craddock, a murder investigation begins. Somewhat to his frustration, he is joined by amateur sleuth Miss Marple, who is always one step ahead. They reveal that Miss Blacklock is due to inherit a huge sum of money, but who would stand to gain from her murder? In a classic Agatha Christie tale of concealed identities, desperation, mixed motives, and another death, it takes a risky strategy to uncover the true identity of the murderer.


based on the novel "A Murder is Announced"
by Agatha Christie
Adapted for the stage by Leslie Darbon



Elise Dervinis as Letitia Blacklock
Alyssa Muska as Julia Simmons

Emilia Casas as Dora "Bunny" Bunner

Rosemary Gehrlein as Clara Swettenham

William Myer as Edmund Swettenham

Linda Palmarozza as Miss Marple

Josh Muska as Patrick Simmons

Robbie Jean Newhard as Mitzi

Alexis Leigh Ross as Phillipa Haymes

Julian Bonner as Inspector Craddock

Tony DeCarlo as Rudi Scherz/Sergeant Mellors


Director:  Maureen Scallatino

Producer:  Dee Henken

Assistant Director: Cheryl Balas

Stage Manager: Suzette Krausen

Properties: Maddi Sloan
Costumes: Sandy Orwig

Master Carpenter:  Tim Bean

Lights: Dean Soltes

Sound: Tom Lamphere

Box Office:  Eileen Ciccarone

Publicity: Marianne DiNenno

Program: Marianne DiNenno

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