The Marianapolis Drama Department is proud to present the murder mystery/comedy, “Bloody Murder.”
“Bloody Murder,” written by Ed Sala, is set at a weekend retreat at the estate of esteemed Lady Somerset. One of the cast of characters, described as the “usual British murder-mystery types” suddenly dies of poison! Instead of calling the police, a murder mystery ensues. Called “Agatha Christie meets Pirandello,” “Bloody Murder” is sure to shock and surprise audiences. The Marianapolis performance is directed by Michelle Parker, Joseph Parodi, and Lillian Irwin ’10.Performances will take place in the Irwin Black Box Theatre, 26 Chase Road, Thompson, CT at 7 pm on February 23 and 3 pm and 7 pm on February 24. Admission is free, but reservations are recommended, as space is limited. Please call Mrs. Stefanik at (860) 923-9565 for reservations.