January 11 – February 3, 2018

A zany, entertaining show that takes a satirical poke at Agatha Christie mysteries. An old English mansion. A raging thunderstorm. Ten strangers. Murder, mystery, music, and comedy abound when the guests disappear one by one – knocked off by cleverly fiendish devices. Join the fun as Miss Tweed, the amateur sleuth, sets out to solve the crimes… but we bet the butler didn’t do it! The show is loopy and fun, and even garnered an Olivier Award nomination for Best Musical in London. For those that loved Clue and Shear Madness, this show is the perfect for the mystery lover.

An interpreter will be available for the Sunday, January 28 matinee performance.

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January 11 – February 3, 2018

A zany, entertaining show that takes a satirical poke at Agatha Christie mysteries. An old English mansion. A raging thunderstorm. Ten strangers. Murder, mystery, music, and comedy abound when the guests disappear one by one – knocked off by cleverly fiendish devices. Join the fun as Miss Tweed, the amateur sleuth, sets out to solve the crimes… but we bet the butler didn’t do it! The show is loopy and fun, and even garnered an Olivier Award nomination for Best Musical in London. For those that loved Clue and Shear Madness, this show is the perfect for the mystery lover.

An interpreter will be available for the Sunday, January 28 matinee performance.

MIKE BRENNAN

MIKE BRENNAN (Dr. Grayburn) is thrilled to be back at Dutch Apple! He was last seen here as Sheldrake in White Christmas and The Big Bopper in Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story. Other regional credits include: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Beast), The Producers (Franz), Annie (Warbucks), Footloose (Cowboy Bob), and Ebenezer (Fezziwig/Christmas Present). Mike would like to thank his friends and family for their endless love and support. Follow him online @mikebrennanjr

TROY BRUCHWALSKI

TROY BRUCHWALSKI (Nigel Rancour) is excited to take part in this production. Recent credits: national tours of Ragtime (Father) and Camelot (perf. King Arthur/Sir Lionel); My Fair Lady (Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Les Miserables (Javert). Troy was seen here as Bob Wallace in White Christmas and the title role in Yeston and Kopit’s Phantom. Troy would like to thank his Mom and Dad for their unrelenting support, Prather Productions for the opportunities, and his amazing girlfriend Kat. www.troybruchwalski.net.

ALLISON FUND

ALLISON FUND (Hope Langdon) is delighted to be kicking off 2018 on the Dutch Apple stage. Some of her favorite regional credits include Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes, Eileen in I Love a Piano, Wendy in Peter Pan and Joyce in How to Succeed… National Tours include Million Dollar Quartet (Dyanne Understudy) and Fiddler on the Roof (Chava). She’d like to say thank you to her friends, family and husband for their constant love and support. And thank you to you, the audience for coming out and supporting live theatre! www.yearofplenty.net

DALE GIVEN

DALE GIVEN (Colonel Gillweather) is so excited to be a part of this talented cast at the Dutch Apple, having recently finished both White Christmas and Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story as the General and Hipockets respectively. Dale is originally from Ohio, but currently resides in Florida. National credits include Titanic, the Musical and Ring of Fire. Dale also enjoys spending his summers on the Jersey Shore, doing summer stock and relaxing with his obviously better half , Shannon. Cheers!!

KATHERINE WALKER HILL

KATHERINE WALKER HILL (Lettie) is grateful to be back at Dutch Apple after spending the holidays here as Betty Haynes in White Christmas. Other favorite roles include Kathy Selden in Singin’ in the Rain, Sheila in A Chorus Line, and aunt to Brock and Madelaine. A Tennessee native, Katherine received her BFA in Musical Theatre from Webster Conservatory and currently resides in New York City. She would like to give gratitude to God for his amazing grace, Troy for his endless love and support, and her parents for taking her to that first audition. Psalm 28:7~Holla!

JENNIFER HOPE

JENNIFER HOPE (Miss Tweed) is thrilled to be back at Dutch Apple! Her most recent alias was Martha in White Christmas. She has aided and abetted Pavarotti, Jessye Norman, Jason Robards, and Stephen Schwartz in a career that has taken her around the world. Favorite credits: Sound of Music (Maria, Elsa, Mother Abbess), Evita (Eva), My Fair Lady (Eliza), Annie (Hannigan), Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett), and Man of La Mancha (Aldonza). Jennifer also coaches students when she isn’t watching Murder, She Wrote. Thanks to PEG!

RYAN KEOUGH

RYAN KEOUGH (Clive) is having a “blast” with Something’s Afoot, and has enjoyed revisiting the show after playing Nigel several years ago. You may remember him as Luke in Anything Goes, the Guard in Shrek, the musical, or the Mayor of Whoville in Seussical. Other favorite roles include Pippin in Pippin, Mordred in Camelot and Lefou in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. He has also been the stage manager here at Dutch Apple for eight years.

MATT McCLURE

MATT McCLURE (Geoffrey) Originally from Kennesaw, Georgia, Matt has worked both on and off the stage all over the country. He was last seen here in Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story and is excited to be back at Dutch Apple! Other favorite credits include Ken in Red, John Merrick in The Elephant Man, and Garry Lejeune in Noises Off.

ERIC WATERS

ERIC WATERS (Flint) is thrilled to be back at Dutch Apple after performing in White Christmas and Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens this holiday season. Regional credits include: Mary Poppins (Ensemble, Broadway Palm), South Pacific (Stewpot, The Fireside Theatre), Damn Yankees and Spamalot (Ensemble, Sharon Playhouse). Special thanks to the Prather family, Lauren Sobon and everyone who makes this show possible. Thank you for supporting live theatre!

EMMANUELLE ZEESMAN

EMMANUELLE ZEESMAN (Lady Grace Manley-Prowe) is thrilled to be joining the Prather family! National Tours/Off Broadway: The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Carol, Little Mermaid, Passion and five seasons touring with Symphony Orchestras through four continents. Favorite regional: Guys and Dolls, Tommy and Blood Brothers (CCC Award Winner Best Actress). Selected Film/TV: Six episodes of The Unit, award winning short film Putting on a Tough Face, and Getting Along Famously starring Colin Mocherie from Who’s Line Is It Anyway. Special thanks to the Dutch Apple and Prather teams for this wonderful experience! Love to David, Mom, Jade, J, Theo and my entire Canadian, American and Mexican families! www.emmanuellezeesman.com

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