Venue Details

The Theater Center
Times Square 210 West 50th Street New York City, NY 10019
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3.2 / 5 Rated by 274 members
H. Gold
Review from H. Gold
Red Velvet 658 events 200 reviews

We love crime stories and thus got the tickets. Afterwards I saw lots of negative reviews and "warned" my husband before the show. But we both were VERY positively surprised: Yes, there were lots of facts given to you in the beginning which you...continued

reviewed Jan 06 2017 report as inappropriate
Saul D. Raw
Review from Saul D. Raw
Red Velvet 31 events 27 reviews

Well acted and well produced. I did not find the substance all that interesting and found it hard to follow. If you are a mystery fan, this may really be the play for you.

reviewed Jul 29 2017 report as inappropriate
Yvonne M Goulart
Review from Yvonne M Goulart
Red Velvet 48 events 27 reviews

Wonderfully acted and great set!

reviewed Apr 22 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from LadyGrey
Red Velvet 38 events 25 reviews

I saw Perfect Crime about 20 years ago and absolutely loved it and thought how clever the plot was. This time around I was disappointed in it, had a hard time following the plot and also felt that the acting was off. The theater wasn't very...continued

reviewed Jan 02 2017 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Wonderfully puzzling! A crackling thriller! Sends electric thrills up the spine!" —The New York Times
“A cunning little whodunit” —The New Yorker
“If Harold Pinter, Tennessee Williams and Agatha Christie ever sat around a bar one night and said, ’Let’s write a murder mystery,’ they might have come up with Perfect Crime.” —UPI


Warren Manzi’s Perfect Crime is a sexy, funny and fast-paced thriller that makes for a great night of whodunit. The longest-running play in NYC history, it tells the story of psychiatrist and potential cold-blooded killer Margaret Brent, her rich husband, a deranged patient, and the handsome detective who’s falling in love with her. Perfect Crime features Catherine Russell, the “Cal Ripken of Broadway,” Richard Shoberg (Tom Cudahy on All My Children), John Hillner (star of the Tony-winning Broadway revival of La Cages Aux Folles), TV veteran George McDaniel (The West Wing, ER, Saved by the Bell), David Butler, Hugh Hysell and Patrick Robustelli, a well-known Broadway restaurateur making his debut on video.

(Cast information is correct as of publication, but subject to change without notice.)

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