Murder Me Always

Exciting Announcement: There will be three more encore performances of Murder Me Always: on Saturday 26 April, at a fundraising event in Cambridge, on Saturday 7 June in Melrose, and on Friday 13 June in Foxboro. The encore performances have been sold out and very successful.

This past year our annual audience-interactive dinner-theater show was the very funny mystery-comedy, called
. The show has a “play within a play” format, in which the “director” gets killed, and then the “actors” have to solve the crime, with the help of the audience.

Two performances were done in June 2002: (1) at the Giggles Comedy Club, at the Prince Restaurant (leaning tower of pizza) on Route 1 Southbound in Saugus. (2) At the Elks Club in Saugus, in conjunction with our annual Silent Auction fundraising event.

The Theatre Company welcomed several new members to the cast: Jonathan Carnes as Blake Powers, Paul Kravitz as Fritz Fontaine, and Tanya Portalla as Muffy LaDue. Previous company members in the cast included: Melissa Ehlers as Dolores Dumpfy, Kevin Maestranzi as Drew Graham, Mary Moffett as Trixie, Joshua O’Hara as Joe Mamet, Phyllis Scalia as the Cab Driver, Larry Segel as Henry Figgens, and Jaime Stevens as Wanda Hawthorne. The director was Mark Scalia, who also played the Director.

For the upcoming encore performances, Michael Ward will play Joe Mamet, and Chris Scalia will play Drew Graham.