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Mayhem and murder

Mayhem and murder

One of two elderly sisters who share the same birthday, but years apart, is convinced she is still in the 1970s in Dorothy Fletcher’s interactive murder mystery Mayhem and Murder.

The play, with music from the 1970s performed by the cast, is a whodunnit in which the audience looks out for clues, and has the opportunity to ask questions of characters, to uncover . . . the murderer!

The production has 11 characters and an audition for people to play them will be held on September 9. Script-writer/director Fletcher does not want to give much away about the murder mystery but we do know the sisters are “mature ladies”, one of whom is the mother of two characters while the other is an aunt.

Several plots are interwoven through the script — and the show features a different murder, and murderer, each night.

Auditions for Mayhem and Murder, an interactive whodunnit with songs from the 1970s, will be held on September 9 at Musical Theatre Gisborne’s clubrooms in Innes Street. For details, contact Dorothy Fletcher at 929 1217 or dodonbarn@gmail.com

One of two elderly sisters who share the same birthday, but years apart, is convinced she is still in the 1970s in Dorothy Fletcher’s interactive murder mystery Mayhem and Murder.

The play, with music from the 1970s performed by the cast, is a whodunnit in which the audience looks out for clues, and has the opportunity to ask questions of characters, to uncover . . . the murderer!

The production has 11 characters and an audition for people to play them will be held on September 9. Script-writer/director Fletcher does not want to give much away about the murder mystery but we do know the sisters are “mature ladies”, one of whom is the mother of two characters while the other is an aunt.

Several plots are interwoven through the script — and the show features a different murder, and murderer, each night.

Auditions for Mayhem and Murder, an interactive whodunnit with songs from the 1970s, will be held on September 9 at Musical Theatre Gisborne’s clubrooms in Innes Street. For details, contact Dorothy Fletcher at 929 1217 or dodonbarn@gmail.com

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