Let's Murder Marsha

September 15, 2013

The Vagabond Players

 

presents

 

Let's Murder Marsha

By Monk Ferris
Directed by Dwayne Campbell

 

Let’s Murder Marsha!  Well, it’s not likely that anyone will die since the play is a delightful blend of comedy and thriller which spoofs the world of mystery novels.  Happy housewife, Marsha Gilmore is addicted to reading murder mysteries, but when she overhears her husband discussing her upcoming birthday surprise with an interior decorator, she is shocked to the core. To her ears, it sounds as if they are planning to murder her!   Between a husband who doesn’t approve of the books Marsha reads, a gorgeous interior decorator mistaken for a homicidal other woman and a sassy maid with a cop for a father, the fun is fast and furious.  Throw in Marsha's mother and a nerdy neighbour who becomes Marsha’s ally, and you have the ingredients for a comedy that will have audiences rolling in the aisles.  Julia Chayko and Miles Lavkulich take the roles of Marsha and Tobias Gilmore, and Donna Thompson plays the glamorous Persis who inadvertently starts all the trouble.  Marsha’s mother is played by Joan Koebel, and  Jordan Spanjers takes the role of Virgil, the nerdy neighbour who is drawn into the plot.  Rounding out the cast is Claire Temple as the pert maid, Bianca, and George Kopf as her policeman father.  Don’t miss this lively production which opens the Vagabond Players 2013-2014 Season.  It’s sure to be a winner!

 

October 3 - 26, 2013

Thursday - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm

The Bernie Legge Theatre, Queen's Park, New Westminster

 

Tickets: Adults - $15 Seniors/Students - $13

2-for-1 preview nights on October 3 and 4

Reservations: 604-521-0412 or reservations@vagabondplayers.ca

 

 

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