Busman's Honeymoon, Classic Mystery with Amateur Sleuth Newlyweds
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Adapted from the popular children's book of the same name, this spoof on the tale of the three little pigs (each with their own individual sense of home construction style) who were pursued by a ravenous wolf, aims to show a different side of the familiar story. In the biggest trial to hit Piggsylvania in quite some time, the Big Bad Wolf is trying to clear his name. Claiming to have been a victim of circumstance -- namely a particularly sneezy cold that caused him to inadvertently blow down some shabbily constructed homes while trying to borrow a cup of sugar -- it's up to you and your little ones to decide whether the Big Bad Wolf is as innocent as he claims to be in this fun, family-friendly musical. Learn More
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Parking is not close, but the shuttle service provided works very well. Very convenient and timely.info • Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
The temperature inside the theater was very comfortable.info • Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
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The theater space is really nice, not a bad seat in the house, though it can get a little chilly if you're seated beneath the air conditioners. The set, acting, and costumes were impressive, but overall the writing and plot were tedious. Maybe we would have enjoyed it more had this not been the first play we've seen, the fourth in a series. The majority of the audience seemed to be enjoying themselves, but we never found ourselves laughing when the rest of them were. We would have left during intermission had we not been relying on the shuttle bus (which doesn't seem to operate during the intermission) to get back to the parking lot.
<p>A world premiere based on the classic mystery by Dorothy L. Sayers
Adapted by Frances Limoncelli. Directed by Paul S. Holmquist.</p> <p>Wedding bells have finally rung for amateur sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey and novelist Harriet Vane. But their quiet, country honeymoon becomes a farce full of eccentric locals, exploding chimneys and even a body found in the wine cellar. This inauspicious beginning begs the question - when life gets in the way, can love persevere? Peter Greenberg and Jenifer Tyler return in this sequel to the blockbuster hit Gaudy Night.</p> <p>Recommended for ages 15 and older.</p>
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