The Cider Mill’s production of “BBC Murders” portrayed four Agatha Christie mysteries originally broadcast by the BBC. Without scenery or period costumes, actors read their lines from hand-held scripts, as would have been done in the original radio broadcast. But does a radio play as a radio play on stage really work?
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Don't you just LOVE the start of the performance season? Don't you just HATE IT that you can't get to everything? I opted for "Jekyll & Hyde" by S.R.O. Productions III on the grounds that even an unfamiliar score would appeal to a 15-year-old as long as it had a well-known plot and an intriguing onstage combo of stabbings and strumpettes. Well, he was blown away, and so was I. I wish I could be telling you to go see this wonderful production, but it only ran this...Read more