Open Auditions are being held on November 3 for the next Court Theatre Murder Mystery night called Murder in the Manse.
The production takes place in March and April and five men and four women aged 20s to 60s are needed.
The thriller, being written and directed by Karen Banfield, is set in April 1910.
Dr Dell of Harley Street, has a proposition for his wealthy patients who have certain types of problems. As they arent the sort of difficulties he can cure, he offers to refer them for a revolutionary new treatment, run in the home of Minister Frobisher.
Participants agree to stay at the Manse for the weekend and admit to their issues, in the highly successful Reveal to Heal Programme. They all agree to keep everything they learn over the weekend, strictly confidential as they will hear information that these influential members of society cant afford to become public knowledge.
But before long, the revealing of secrets is regretted by one member of the group and a murder is committed. With the desire to keep their sensitive information between themselves, the participants agree to work together and co-operate, so no-one is allowed to leave until they have solved this shocking crime.
The show will be performed at The Court Theatre from March 27-29 and the Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes on April 5.
For more details get in touch with the writer/director via email.
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