This intriguing and multi-layered, witty thriller is full of unexpected twists. A Russian doll of a play, it moves from a seemingly innocuous domestic play reading, through a murder mystery in the classic style, to a final terrifying and violent climax.
CAST (2F, 2M)
Four plays in one, requiring the following:
M - late 40's/mid 50's
F - late 40's/mid 50's
M - early to mid 20's
F - early to mid 20's
One set (a drawing room)
"It is no accident that the Jermyn Street playbill for this comedy thriller is free of all descriptive matter, save for a photograph of the play script ... To offer more could spoil the surprise that, with a string of startling denouements, utterly confounds audience expectations ..." - The Stage
It was first produced at the Edinburgh Festival in 2004 and subsequently presented to critical acclaim at the Jermyn Street Theatre, London, in 2006.