Solve-It-Yourself Musical Mystery Edwin Drood at Vanguard University
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The last date listed for The Mystery of Edwin Drood was Sunday March 6, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Celebrate the true spirit of Christmas with this live-action play pairing featuring Hans Christian Anderson's timeless story The Little Match Girl and a new adaptation of O. Henry's holiday parable The Gift of the Magi. The story of a poor young girl who sells matches on the street, The Little Match Girl draws us into the harsh realities of the less fortunate and the promise of everlasting warmth in the embracing arms of love. In the beloved holiday story The Gift of the Magi, a pair of struggling newlyweds makes personal sacrifices to purchase presents for one another -- before realizing that their love and devotion are the true gifts of the season. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Chelsea B.
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We laughed until the point of tears at times yet marveled at the high energy of everyone involved... cast, crew, band, and even some repeat audience members! Laughter is great medicine for all. We only wished that our seats were closer together, but accommodating a large group at an already Sold Out performance is undoubtedly difficult.
Quotes & Highlights
- Learn about all things Drood at composer/author Rupert Holmes's website.
- The Broadway production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood ran for more than 600 performances and won Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, and Best Original Score.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Rupert Holmes
Directed by Vanda Eggington
When Edwin Drood becomes mysteriously absent after the first act, the audience must don detectives caps while they enjoy the rest of the musical because at the end of the show they will determine the outcome of the story. Every performance has a different ending because the audience votes for who they believe is the culprit.