|by Ira Levin||directed by Robert Lunde|
|Costumes by Dawn McKay||Set design by Konrad Rogowski and Kelly Seip|
Synopsis: Famous playwright Sidney Bruhl has not had a hit on Broadway in a long time and is bitter at having to live off his wife Myra's money. Clifford, one of the students at a college where he lectures has written a brilliant new play, and Sidney schemes to murder Clifford and steal his script.
There are twists and turns to the plot and I won't reveal any spoilers here.
|The Bruhl living area.|
|Sidney (Christpher Berrien) tells his wife Myra (Anna Marie Johansen) about a student's promising script.||Sidney convinces Clifford Anderson (Steve Wandzy) to act out a scene from the script with him, ostensibly to test the flow of the writing.|
|Suddenly, the run-through gets very realistic. What is Myra to think of this?||And what of Sidney's lawyer, Porter Milgram (Larry Chiz),
and the very eccentric next-door-neighbor, Helga ten Dorp (Mary Fernandez-Sierra)?
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