Charles Marowitz’s mystery-play sees a theatre critic lured into a trap
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F.F. Charnick has what you might call a poisoned pen. When he arrives at a theatre to film an interview for a documentary about John Wilkes Booth, however, the theatre critic retracts his claws. Charmed by an elegant British production assistant, he lets down his guard, sips a glass of wine, and quickly falls unconscious. Charles Marowitz’s mystery looks on as a sharp-toothed journalist gets a taste of his own medicine.