by David Landau, Nikki Stern
Full Length Play, Comedy / 4m, 3f
The third story in the "Cafe Noir" series, following Murder at Cafe Noir and Noir Suspicions. Just plain Rick has hired a singer and opened a photo display of "300 yrs of shady business" at the cafe. To this comes an American detective looking for a murderess but stumbling across …
- Gun Shots
- Minimum Fee: $90 per performance
- Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day
- Duration: 75 Minutes
- Setting: The dining room of the Cafe Noir, a seedy supper club that seems to have fallen out of a 1940's detective film located on the docks of the island Mustique.
- Additional Features: Audience Participation/Interactive
- Features / Contains: Period Costumes
- Vocal Demands: Easy
ANTHONY CAIRO - A dealer in the blackmarket on the run
MAUREEN TEMPLE - A British hit woman
EDWARD G. STERINBERG - A New York gangster on the lam in Mustique.
SYDNEY TREVOR - An American woman, nightclub singer
JEAN DIJON - A French art historian
BEN TEMPLE - A British mob lawyer and Maureen's brother
DT. SAM LYRIC - An NYPD Detective, looking for Maureen
SGT. JOANNE INSTONE - The Mustique constable assigned to escort Sam
SHEILA WONDERFLY - Ex-call girl and co-owner of the Cafe Noir
INSPECTOR RIGFIELD - St. Vincent police
- Reduced casting (Doubling Possible)
- Expandable casting
SGT. JOANNE INSTONE is the same actress as Jean. SHEILA WONDERLY is the same actress as Maureen. INSPECTOR RIGFIELD is the same actor as Edward.