- $19 for two tickets to Curtain Call Company presents Dial “M” for Murder (up to $34.50 value)
- When: select dates, September 21–28
- Where: Sun Center
- General admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees
Dial “M” for Murder
Dial “M” for Murder brings a classic crime tale to the stage: Tony—a man who only wed his wife, Margot, for her money—blackmails a former acquaintance to kill Margot. But Tony’s devious schemes go awry when the murderer becomes the murdered, and Tony tries to pin the killing on his wife. What follows is a caper so riveting that the New York Herald Tribune calls it “a holiday for the whodunit fans,” and it graced the Broadway stage, the stage of London’s West End, and movie screens in 1954 thanks to famed director Alfred Hitchcock.
Curtain Call Company
The theater plays a major role in Mary Fry’s life. The founder of Curtain Call Company spent her childhoods writing, directing, and acting in performances in her backyard and even had a play written expressly for her in elementary school. She performed throughout high school and returned to the art form after studying interior design and raising a family, eventually establishing Curtain Call Company as both an outlet for her own expression and a space for the community. Here, Fry welcomes anyone to audition for the wealth of dinner-theater shows, adult comedies, murder mysteries, and youth musicals the company stages throughout the year.