Arsenic and Old Lace, the Madcap Murder Mystery, at Eliot Hall
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The last date listed for Arsenic and Old Lace was Saturday October 2, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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A Christmas Story: The Musical is the hilarious account of Ralphie Parker's desperate quest to ensure that the one thing he wants most in the world ends up under his Christmas tree: an official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. Based on the beloved 1983 holiday movie, Tony winner John Rando (Urinetown) directs this delightful musical comedy, which scored three Tony nominations this year and features funny and heartfelt songs by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, with a faithful yet inventive book by Joseph Robinette. Young and old alike will delight in watching Ralphie's wacky family muddle through the Yuletide with heart, humor and one incredibly tacky leg lamp. Learn More
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We were really looking forward to the show as we had heard it was a classic. Unfortunately, it seemed more like a dress rehearsal than opening night. The main actress kept forgetting her lines and mixing up the characters names. Several of the actors were really good and the play itself was very good. Hopefully, it will get better. We had really great seats and we were disappointed as the last show (And Then There Were None) we saw there was superb.
Written by Joseph Kesselring
Directed by Paul Campbell
Joseph Kesselring wrote Arsenic and Old Lace in 1939. The original production included Boris Karloff and Victor Sutherland. The popular comedy is still widely performed on stage and was adapted into a 1944 movie starring Cary Grant.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Footlight Club
Nestled in a residential area near Jamaica Pond, The Footlight Club, America's oldest community theatre, has performed every year since 1877. For over 120 years Footlight Club members have sustained the organization's mission:
To present the best in non-professional theater to a broad-based audience, and to preserve and maintain Eliot Hall as a community resource.