PCS Players ask the question, ‘Whodunnit?’

Cast members of ‘Three Murders and It’s Only Monday: first row from the left, Jim Lawrence, Stephanie Kull, Lola Wishart, Eileen Glancy, Peter Weidt; second row from the left, Kathleen Powers, John Mehm, and Jay Steeves.

Cast members of ‘Three Murders and It’s Only Monday: first row from the left, Jim Lawrence, Stephanie Kull, Lola Wishart, Eileen Glancy, Peter Weidt; second row from the left, Kathleen Powers, John Mehm, and Jay Steeves.

PCS Players is celebrating its 10th anniversary with its production of “Three Murders and It’s Only Monday.”

This comedy/murder spoof of old style private-eye movies, written by Pat Cook, features a plot that follows Detective Harry Monday as he investigates three murders at the Peaceful Pines Sanitarium. The twist on the classic “Whodunnit?” will keep audiences guessing and laughing.

Director Sara Fabrizio chose this production to “go back to the roots” of the PCS Players whose first production was one of the “Harry Monday” shows, and the audience response was so positive that they did a second production, explained a press release from the PCS Players. This show features an opportunity for the audience to get involved in the solving of the murders by viewing a “scene of the crime” that will be set up on a table during intermission.

The show dates are Oct. 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Plainville High School, Robert Holcomb Way, Plainville. Tickets are $12 and are available from any cast member or at the door.

 

Leave a Reply