Murder mystery for audience and cast
PUBLISHED: 18:57 02 April 2015
A DYSFUNCTIONAL family of failed artists meet on a stormy night in a rundown country house - only to discover there is a murderer in their midst.
It Could Be Any One Of Us is the latest show by the Wayfarers Drama Group.
The whole cast has motive and opportunity for the murder, including Norris, the failed detective.
Even the cast do not know who is going to be the villain, as it changes from performance to performance, depending on the outcome of a card game played during the show.
The play was created in 1983 by prolific playwright Alan Ayckbourn, who has penned more than 70 shows during his career.
The cast includes Peter Smith as failed composer Mortimer Chalke, Frances Mangan as Mortimer’s sister Joycelyn and Dean Harris as Brinton Chalke.
Rachel Ling, Chris Mills, Sophie Bishop and Barbara Smith also star.
It Could Be Any One Of Us will be performed at the Theatre In The Hut in Milton Lane, Milton, on April 15-18 at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £5 on April 15 and £8 on April 16-18, are available by calling 07582 881594.