Richmond Community Theatre Presents Mystery
Wimbledon tennis star Tony Wendice married his wife, Margot, for money. After discovering his wife's affair with American TV murder mystery writer Max Halliday, Tony planned his wife's murder wanting revenge and Margot's money. But the hired murderer was murdered by Margot?!
There's mystery and drama at Richmond Community Theatre in "Dial 'M' for Murder," by Frederick Knott.
Will Margot be convicted? Or will Scotland Yard discover the truth and free Margot in this British thriller?
A suspense-lovers' feast, the play runs Feb. 1-3 and Feb. 7-9.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances are at 8 p.m. The Sunday, Feb. 3 performance will be at 2 p.m. Single tickets are $10. Box office hours are 12:30 to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Call (910) 997-3765 for tickets and reservations.
Bill Cleveland plays Tony Wendice. Margot Wendice is played by Darla McGuire. And Cleve Baxley is the American boyfriend, Max Halliday. Scotland Yard detective Inspector Hubbard is played by Wayne Webb. And the hired murderer, Captain Lesgate, is played by Charles Deaver Jr. Filling out the cast playing various roles from police officers to lawyers, reporters, swindlers and announcers are Jerry Andrews, Amber Crowe, Theressa Smith, Krystal-Ann West and Walt Wood Sr.
Richmond Community Theatre is a 501c3 organization working together in conjunction with the City of Rockingham. The theater is located at 109 E. Washington St., Rockingham.
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