The River City Community Players announces the final weekend for A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody by Ron Bernas.
If you are looking for a good night of laughs this is the show you cannot afford to miss.
The show is an adult comedy which is NOT appropriate for children under the age of 13 without the consent/presence of a parent/guardian.
The show, directed by Jeff Adams, is about a wealthy middle aged man who, while enduring his mid-life crisis and in desperation, vows on New Year's Eve he will MURDER his incredibly beautiful, witty and sophisticated wife before the end of the coming year.
Enter his drop-dead knockout daughter, Bunny - who hasn't the collective brainpower of a box of rocks - and her fiance, Donald, an up and coming lawyer who has found the woman of his dreams and proposes to make her his wife.
Donald soon learns the Perry family has dark secrets and finds himself caught up in what he believes are terrible truths which have already resulted in deliberate and senseless murder. The bumbling Detective Plotnik and Donald attempt to solve the gruesome tale on their own but are daunted by........the seemingly sinister and underhanded butler, Buttram, who is obviously involved in several mysterious deaths - but to what degree?
Will Matthew Perry actually kill his wife, Julia?
Will Julia survive to see her daughter wed?
Will Donald and Detective Plotnik solve the mystery before the unthinkable?
Will Buttram get away with murder?
Will Bunny ever get....................anything?
Your only chance to see how this mystery is resolved is to come see the show!!!!!!!
Featuring Julie Stone Head, Cape Rust, Rich Bayse, Ken Janasz, Danielle Knight and Kyle Young.
Performances are: November 9 and 10 beginning at 8 p.m.
Tickets are: adults $10; 12 & under $5; 62+ & groups 10+ $8.
Leavenworth Performing Arts Center, 500 Delaware St, (913) 651-0027, www.rccplv.com
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