2013–2014 Season

Murder Inn (October 2013)

A group of tourists, on a tour – Ghosts and Ghouls of New England – is forced, by a storm, to make an unscheduled stop at the Barnsley Inn, a dilapidated eighteenth century inn, which is supposedly haunted. This delightful comedy features a cast of zany characters, a near-sighted, knife-throwing poltergeist, a Ouija board of doubtful veracity, thunder and lightning, screams in the dark and a satisfying body count.—Samuel French

12 Angry Jurors (January 2014)

It is a fascinating look at the complex personalities that make up our juries in the criminal court system and ultimately decide the fate of the accused. The play raises important questions of truth and knowledge, and our ability to separate our own feelings of bigotry and tolerance in the face of doubt.—David Olmstead, Patriot News

Anything Goes (March 2014)

Anything Goes is a shining example of classic musical theater, complete with amazing tap numbers, campy jokes, unlikely happy endings and eminently hummable songs like “de-Lovely,” “I Get a Kick Out Of You,” and “Anything Goes,” courtesy of the unforgettable score by Cole Porter.—Broadway.com

Three Murders and It’s Only Monday (May 2014)

This lightening-paced comedy/mystery comes complete with its own lightening as a storm blows out all the fuses…and the murders keep coming! In this spoof on the old-style private-eye movies, the laughs are fast and furious… and the ending will simply kill you!—Dramatists Play Service

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