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The Murder of Lady Jane
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The Murder Of Lady Jane
Project 2013-03-11 01:03:08 +1300
The Murder of Lady Jane is a theatrical experiment combining stage, screen and audience as platforms for the action of a murder mystery.
It will be performed at the New Lifesaver building/ Community Hall in Muriwai on 5 & 6 April 2013.
Tickets are available through the website www.projectmurder.com and local shops.
The script has been created by theatre and film enthusiast Bernd Struder, a retired psychologist, psychotherapist and university teacher, who was inspired by the Italian Dramatist and Nobel price winner Luigi Pirandello and the Rolling Stones. A multi-professional team has been working on the project for more than a year, mainly through The Project Murder website.
A highly skilled professional cast have been working hard with director Matthew Grice (I WISH I LEARNED)
Performing in this challenging production: Lynn Waldegrave as Bianca, Romy Hooper as Lady Jane, Daniel Fernandez as Keith, Alexandra McKellar as Paula, Benjamin Murray as Fritz, Heather Gaites as Wilma T-Ann Manora as Chief Inspector Allen, and others.
Bianca, Keith and Lady Jane, three hippies, reside in a mental ward. When a new patient is admitted, trouble escalates and ends with murder. Members of the audience are invited to play together with actors. It all happens - in the nurse’s office (on stage), - in the patients bedrooms (on the CCTV screen) - and in the auditorium.
The secluded location behind the Muriwai dunes is the backdrop for a scary night with lots of fun and chasing of clues in the investigation. The Society Experimental Theatre Incorporated is the not-for-profit society producing the show; this community group is volunteering to give their time and energy to this first production and hope that many more are coming.
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