A classic British whodunit
A juicy mystery story is hard to beat, especially when it’s billed as a comedy of horrors. Joe Orton’s 1965 satire of religious hypocrisy and British morals reads like a Kafkaesque version of Clue. Thieves Hal and Dennis need a place to stash their loot, but the passing of Hal’s mother and her mysterious reappearance sounds the alarm bell. With a naughty nurse and harmless gardening dad as potential suspects, this wickedly funny farce will have you sleuthin’ for the answer. Best available reserved seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
"The delightful cast keeps the dialogue saucy and the comedy swift. It's a pleasure to watch them do the nasty."