F.F. Charnick, a drama critic known for his venomous reviews, is currently strolling the boards of a recently discovered 19th-century theatre. In the company of a charming young production assistant, with whom he's visibly enchanted, Charnick is here to conduct an interview for a documentary about John Wilkes Booth, who once acted in said theatre. But as soon as he's gulped down a glass of wine, Charnick -- drugged -- falls unconscious. Now a mystery is afoot, as he awakens tied to a Shakespearean throne in the midst of an elaborate plot that involves torture and ... his murder! To see how it all plays out, you'll have to overcome your own Stage Fright and make haste for the Lamplighters Community Theatre.
This production contains mild adult situations and is recommended for ages 13 and older.