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GO BACK FOR MURDER

by Agatha Christie

in association with Origin Theatrical

Directed by Diane Watson

After receiving a letter from beyond the grave, Carla Crale believes her mother, who died in prison, was wrongly convicted of her father’s murder. In a passionate attempt to clear her name, she persuades those present on the day of her father’s death to return to the scene of the crime and ‘go back’ 15 years to recount their version of events.

 

An unusual take on the traditional murder mystery, the action of the play slips seamlessly from past to present, examining the danger of relying on personal testimony warped by time, prejudice and perception. By studying each suspect’s testimony, and the various inconsistencies between them, the drama arrives at a disturbing and terrible truth.

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HARVEY

by Mary Chase

in association with Dramatists Play Services

Directed by ?????

Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is the story of Elwood P. Dowd, a polite and friendly man with a very strange best friend—a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch invisible rabbit named Harvey. Elwood’s sisterVeta is concerned the rabbit will interfere with her life as a socialite, so she tries to have Elwood committed at the local sanatorium. Veta is so hysterical when she explains her brother’s condition that she is committed instead. Elwood leaves the sanatorium grounds unbothered, turning the town upside down as everyone goes on the lookout for this mind-mannered hero and his invisible rabbit.

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THE STRANGE CASE OF
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

adapted by Noah Smith

in association with Origin Theatrical

Directed by Keith Scrivens

Dr Henry Jekyll, a brilliant and respected scientist, shy and unassuming, is content with his reputation as amoral, upright citizen. Or so it would seem. Frustrated by his dull normalcy and intrigued by the notion of the “dual nature of man”, Jekyll secretly creates a formula to unleash his hidden bestial nature. And Edward Hyde is born.

The brutish, magnetic Hyde indulges in drink and debauchery while Jekyll’s life of propriety continues – untilHyde’s passions begin to turn up a body count.

You may know the story but you’ve never experienced it like this. Noah Smith’s intimate adaptation of RobertLouis Stevenson’s classic blends science fiction, drama and horror to create a unique, spine-chilling night of theatre.

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HOW THE OTHER 
HALF LOVES

by Alan Ayckbourn

in association with Origin Theatrical

Directed by Chris Guyler

Let’s take a look at the relationships of three couples, the Fosters, the Phillips and the Featherstones. Follow themisunderstandings caused by two of the six characters having an affair, and covering their tracks using an innocent third party.

It quickly becomes apparent that Bob is prepared to do whatever he can to cover up his drunken fling with Fiona – who just so happens to be the wife of his boss. But his quizzical wife Teresa is clearly not going toaccept any old excuse for him stumbling home at 2am.

The tall tale he produces lands all three couples into trouble in this well-known farcical comedy.

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I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE
PERFECT, NOW CHANGE!

Book and Lyrics by Joe Dipietro

Music by Jimmy Roberts

in association with Origin Theatrical

Directed by Tammy and Luke

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is a witty musical revue that tackles modern love in all its forms.: from the perils and pitfalls of the first date to marriage, children, and the twilight years of life. Set in the modern world and told in a series of vignettes and songs I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change traces the overall arc of relationships throughout the course of a life.

This hilarious revue pays tribute to those who have loved and lost, to those who have fallen on their face at the portal of romance, to those who have dared to ask, “What are you doing Saturday night?”

An insightful and hilarious musical, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change will have audience members shouting, “This is my life!”

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