Miles Edward Merbinau has somehow inherited the film rights to the world’s longest-running play, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. Unfortunately, due to a legal technicality, he can’t do anything with them until the original London production of the play – now in its 60th year! – closes, and that hardly seems imminent. Since several peaceable efforts to shut down The Mousetrap have backfired on him, Merbinau decides to borrow a page from Dame Agatha’s own books … murder! This hilarious one-act was a favorite during this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival, awarded “Best of Fringe Extensions.” Now, the speedy 45-minute play is at Huntington Beach Central Library Theater, and friendly for the family except babies in arms.