Whodunnit Murder Mysteries!
The Marquis Crossing Ladies Society's First Attempt at Murder

You think it's easy to write a murder? Just ask the Marquis Crossing Ladies Society for the Arts when they decide to do just that. Especially when they find out they have to pay royalties to do a published play. The thing soon gets out of hand and the ladies find they are now writing an operatic murder mystery dinner theater piece with audience participation. Then, when two actual convicts show up looking for a hide out; the ladies use them to help write the play. "All we really want to do," Aunt Emma points out, "is throttle a congressman."

1 Interior set 3m 6w

Published by Eldridge Plays and Musicals.

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