The Edwards Twins: Impersonators of the Stars at the Stoneham Theatre
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The last date listed for The Edwards Twins was Thursday January 31, 2013 / 7:30pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm).
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With a playful wink at the work of author Agatha Christie and other renowned mystery writers, Something's Afoot is a madcap murder-mystery musical that first opened on Broadway in 1976. A popular production ever since, Something's Afoot finds a small group of people stranded in an isolated English country estate during -- what else? -- a thunderstorm. But when the power goes out, the bridge gets flooded and the butler -- who else? -- is killed in a freak explosion, the rest of the guests begin to die mysteriously one after the next. That leaves the remaining guests, and you, to figure out whodunit. Learn More
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Featured review from Jo
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My six girlfriends and I went, (the first time for all), and we were totally captivated the entire time. We had an incredibly good time and highly recommend the show to anyone thinking of going. The Edwards Twins are quite the talented duo, awesome!!
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Stoneham Theatre is a cultural gathering place dedicated to strengthening community through live theatre and education. Shared stories satisfy a vital human need for connection and link us to a broader world. We produce exceptional professional theatre that invites everyone, whether they have attended theatre in the past or not, to experience this connection in a welcoming, warm environment. In addition, we further the art of live theatre by dedicating a portion of our season to new or rarely performed work. Through our educational programs, we help young people achieve excellence in the performing arts and become engaged and active members of society.