What You'll Get
In 1982, eight-year-old Michelle watched her mother die after taking Tylenol that had been laced with potassium cyanide. It was part of a sinister series of poisoning deaths within the Chicago metropolitan area that would become known as the Chicago Tylenol murders. In all, seven Chicago residents were murdered in this random act of malice, and the nationwide panic that followed altered the face of consumer confidence forever. Now playwright Alan Bryce (For All That) brings this real-life murder mystery to the Knutzen Family Theatre stage in his latest drama, Death on the Supermarket Shelf.
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