Like any good crime drama, The Murder Room starts off with someone being, predictably enough, murdered. The culprit cleverly spends the next few scenes diverting the attention of law enforcement officers before realizing the perfect crime wasn’t nearly as perfect as planned. Act two is more mystery than procedural with end revelations that are as dizzying as they are far-fetched. The story is satisfyingly silly and strange making for an excellent start to 2016.
With a killer out for revenge, The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie is a murder mystery that hopes to slay audiences at the Ottawa Little Theatre. Read the full review.
Andrew Rally is a washed-up TV-actor who finds himself cast in the role of Hamlet and visited by the ghost of one of the most prolific Hamlets of all time: John Barrymore, whose job is to help get him ready. Only problem? Andrew doesn’t really want to play Hamlet and Barrymore can’t leave until he does. Read the full review.