Murder is his business and generally speaking Edward Bare is a successful “business man.” Married first to Monica, rich, doting and many years his senior, Edward waits amicably for her to die. It is not “poor Monnie’s fault” that he comes one day to the mistaken conclusion that she is about to make a will in favor of her sister, and decides that, his only course is to hasten her end. But Edward has misjudged the old woman for she meant to leave him everything. As it is, he finds himself with less than he had when she was alive. Edward is not daunted: He looks around for another rich fish to net, and finds the answer to this pressing necessity in the person of Freda Jefferies, wealthy widow of a hotel proprietor. Freda, who has always seen that her head ruled her heart, marries Edward, at the same time keeping a tight hold on her purse strings. This does not suit Edward and when Charlotte Young, another rich woman, arrives on the scene, he is all set to remove the one that irks him most. Charlotte appears easier game than the tough Freda, and Edward sets about staging the scene for an exciting last situation. Which lady will receive the brunt of his murdering tactics? Packed with suspense and thrills, the machinations of the killer’s mind are laid bare for the observation of the audience, and the twists are unexpected and spine-chilling.
“Murder Mistaken” by Janet Green is Curtain Call’s upcoming Production opening March 3 at Russian River Hall. And it promises to be a real smash hit. Ms. Green is also the author of many well known mysteries for the screen including “Midnight Lace”, “Victim”, and “Cast A Dark Shadow”.
Make sure you also look into the rest of the Season while you’re at it. You can still purchase your Season 2017 passes at 25% off the regular prices. You may even apply your regular ticket for “Murder Mistaken” to the rest of the season. (Sorry, but Pay What You Can Fridays are not applicable for this Special).
Call 707-524-8739 and reserve today; OR call 707-867-6866 for details about our 2017 Season.
See you at the HALL.
Intimacy comes in many forms. In our current production “Intimate Treasures” you will experience several facets of intimacy with spouses, ex-spouses, our history, our country, and most of all people like you and me.
Join us for a full evening of short plays by five different authors, plays that will tickle your funny bone and linger with you for a good while after you leave the theater. We are also proud to present among these a West Coast Premiere of a short play by the budding young New York playwright Laura Rohrman. It’s an evening to remember.
Performances are as follows:
Fridays December 2*, 9*, 16 at 8PM
Saturdays ONLY December 10 and 17+at 8PM; (Note: NO Saturday December 3 performance); and Sunday Matinees December 4 and 11, at 2PM
(See the posted post card for full cast and roster of Directors)
Admission is $20 General, and $15 Seniors over 60 and Students with ID.
* Remember only the first two Fridays December 2 and December 9 are “Pay What You Can”. All other performances are regular price.
+Our closing Night Saturday December 17 is our traditional Champagne Gala Buffet Fund-raising Event, with Korbel Champagne and wines, non-alcoholic beverages, and desserts. Minimum Donation is $40; anything over $20 is tax-deductible. Doors open at 7PM and curtain is at 8PM.
To reserve your tickets call 707-524-8739. Please speak clearly and slowly. Leave your Name, Phone Number, Date of Performance, and Number of Tickets you wish to purchase. We will confirm your reservation by phone only. No credit cards at this time please. Only cash and personal checks will be accepted.
Calls two hours prior to any performance will not be returned. Come to the theater and we will guarantee you a seat.
We appreciate your continued patronage and look forward to your attendance. Thank you.