From the creators of Cabaret and Chicago comes a musical comedy the Associated Press calls "a blissful, often very funny celebration of a bygone era" -- a show that mixes the mystery of Agatha Christie with the song and dance of 42nd Street. It's opening night at the Colonial Theatre, and the leading lady has just died onstage under highly suspicious circumstances. Before long, the detective assigned to find the killer finds himself entangled in a romance -- and somehow ends up starring in a musical headed for Broadway! One of the last collaborations between the Tony-winning team of John Kander and Fred Ebb, this Vintage Theatre production truly has something for everyone -- comedy, song, dance and a satisfying "whodunit" mystery at its core. Curtains received eight Tony nominations in 2007, including Best Musical, Book and Original Score.