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JOIN US for Opening Weekend of DIAL M FOR MURDER - this Thursday, Friday & Sunday

From: rick h.
Sent on: Monday, June 25, 2012 2:35 PM

The final show in the CTC Summer Rep 2012 series will keep you on the edge of your seats!

PREVIEW - Thursday, June 28 at 7:30pm - (Save $ and be the very first to see it!)

OPENING NIGHT - Friday, June 29 at 7:30pm - (Enjoy the FREE champagne reception after the show!)

MATINEE - Sunday, July 1 at 3pm

DIAL M FOR MURDER

A psychological thriller intricately plotted “with the deadly accuracy of a stroke in a championship tournament.”

 

 

CTC Company Manager Benjamin Brotzman and Guest Artist Marissa Keltie in Dial M for Murder.

 

 

 

 

You may remember the adaptation of this play which became the famous Hitchcock movie by the same name.  The wealthy Margot Wendice has convinced her professional tennis player husband to give up playing to spend more time with her.  However, since Tony Wendice has married his wife for her money, he decides to do away with her for exactly the same reason!

Revenge and avarice lead him to plot the perfect murder, but things do not turn out exactly as he plans; when his scheme goes disastrously wrong, he finds himself in a suspenseful game of cat and mouse to stay one step ahead of a determined police detective and a suspicious mystery writer from Margot’s past who is out to uncover the truth!


 

(from LtoR) CTC Company Members Justin Karr, Daniel Joyce and Ben Brotzman with Guest Artist Marissa Keltie (Center) in Dial M for Murder.

 

 

 

With tickets from just $10 - $26, you can't beat CTC's low prices. Seriously - the best deal in the Valley for a professional theatre company! Check out the flexibility and great prices for discount coupons if you want to see any of the other three shows.

Purchase your tickets at www.ctcinc.org  or  call[masked]-2978. Don't forget to mention Meetup!


Hope to see YOU there!

:0) Rick

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