Murdered to Death
by StageCenter Community Theatre

Feb. 11 - Feb. 12



​“I start off with the unmistakable and then I proceed right up to the unmistakable.”


Murdered to Death is both a spoof of and homage to English mysteries, especially Agatha Christie's.  Set in the 1930's in a country manor, it contains a cast of characters guaranteed to delight.  The audience can only wonder whodunnit: the butler, the shady French art dealer, the socialite, the Colonel, who knows?  Will the inept Inspector figure it out before everyone meets their doom, or will the audience die laughing first?


Written by Peter Gordon
Directed by Evelyn Callaway




Auditions February 11 & 12, 2019 @ 7 pm
Performances April 4-20, 2019

Characters: 

Characters are all based on “whodunnit” stereotypes.  
Ages are for guidance only and can be varied. 

Mildred Bagshot – 50's moderately wealthy house owner
Dorothy Foxton – 20's, Mildred’s niece/ housekeeper
Bunting – 50s-60s butler
Margaret Craddock – 50's-60's, caustic wife of the Colonel
Colonel Charles Craddock – 50's-60's, confident and blustery
Pierre Marceau – 30's, French art dealer
Elizabeth Hartley-Trumpington -20's, high society, attractive
Joan Maple – 60's, spinster and amateur sleuth
Constable Thomkins – 20's-30's, young, bright village policeman Inspector Pratt – 40s-60s – the inept,  bumbling, clumsy inspector

For additional information, email Evelyn Callaway at evcallaway@msn.com