The House Halfway: A New Comic Play About Assisted Suicide
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Who is killing the heroines of great opera works? Find out in Fatal Song, a combination opera/whodunit/parody from writer Kathleen Cahill. The leading ladies of great works from Mozart, Bizet, Puccini, Verdi and more are being picked off, and they must join forces to sing and sleuth their way to solving the mystery. High art and low comedy join forces in this unique and intimate entertainment experience praised by the Salt Lake Tribune as "a delightfully daffy send-up of the opera genre." Learn More
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This was one of the most interesting productions I have seen in a long time. Engaging and thought provoking.
Nora Ashati stood out among a strong group. A very good cast which worked well together.
While 90 minutes and no intermission the time flew by and I didn't look at my watch once.
Leave time afterwards to discuss the play with your companions as there is much to ponder. Would have enjoyed a post play discussion.
By Norman Allen
Directed by Raymond O. Caldwell
Dorothy: Claire Carroll
Robbie: Will Beech
Earnest: Chris Mancusi
Faye: Jasmin Johnson
Tyler: Matthew Rubbelke
Lydia: Nora Achrati
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