A musical murder mystery where the audience plays detective!
A musical by Rupert Holmes
Directed by Wil Kilroy
Musical Direction by Edward Reichert
Choreography by Vanessa Beyland
A co-production with the USM School of Music
Charles Dickens died before he could finish his extraordinary murder novel, and that is only the beginning of the mystery. Both sinister and hilarious, this Tony Award-winning musical picks up where Dickens left off. This is like no theater you’ve ever seen, where the audience plays detective and even votes on who the murderer is. Come see the show that is never the same twice!
$21 general public/$15 seniors, USM employees and alumni/$10 students
Click here to purchase tickets online.
Or call the USM Theatre Box Office at (207) 780-5151, TTY: 780-5646
Discounted matinee: 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 19 (all tickets $10)
Season Flex Pass: Just $45 for six tickets! The six tickets can be used in any combination (limit 2 tickets for the musical).
High School Matinee: 10 a.m., Tuesday, March 18
Discounted tickets pricing available. Reservations required.
Emily Davis.....Edwin Drood
Friday, March 14; Sunday, March 16; Tuesday, March 18 (high school matinee); Thursday, March 20 and Saturday, March 22
Eileen Hanley.....Edwin Drood
Saturday, March 15; Wednesday, March 19 (all seats $10); Friday, March 21; and Sunday, March 23
Carolyn Glaude....Rosa Budd
Matthew West.....John Jasper
Danielle Lane.....Princess Puffer
Eric Berry-Sandelin.....Reverend Mr. Crisparkle
Cameron Wright.....Neville Landless
Liz Kershenbaum.....Helena Landless
Meghan O'Brian.....The Stage Manager