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Go Back For Murder

The Vagabond Players


Go Back For Murder

By Agatha Christie

Directed by Jacqollyne Keath

Vagabond Players is delighted to start the New Year with one of Agatha Christie’s most intriguing murder mysteries. Go Back for Murder is based on the novel, Murder in Retrospect, and the play weaves a fascinating tale of a murder that happened many years ago. Convicted for poisoning her husband during the 1950s, Caroline Crale dies in gaol, but leaves a letter expressing her innocence. Fifteen years later, her daughter, Carla, receives the letter and persuades those present on the day of her father’s death to return to the scene of the crime. Caught between the suspicions of her fiancé and a growing attraction towards the lawyer who is helping her in her quest to prove her mother’s innocence, Carla finds personal challenges of her own along the way. Suspects, secrets, and suspense abound in this exciting drama which will keep audiences guessing right up to the final curtain.

Directed by Jacqollyne Keath, Go Back for Murder stars Corrine Out as Carla and Brian Hoskins as Justin Fogg, the lawyer who comes to her aid. Miles Lavkulich takes the role of Amyas Crale, the brilliant artist whose roving eye and selfish manipulation of those around him leads to tragedy, and Alanna Nicole plays Elsa, the glamorous model who causes the rift between Amyas and his wife. Faith Hurd and Mary Stockwell take the roles of the young and older Angela Warren, while Angela’s governess is played by Alison Main-Tourneur. The able cast also includes Richard Wiens, John Holland, Chilko Tivy, and Richard Paré. Don’t miss this classic whodunit from the Queen of Crime.

January 29 - February 21, 2015 Thursday - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm

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

Tickets: Adults - $15 Seniors/Youth - $13 $10 preview nights on January 29 and 30

Reservations: 604-521-0412 or

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