Murderous fun at The Forge Theatre: OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER

The Forge Theatre adds mystery to April with their next production: OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER, by Fred Carmichael.

Peter is writing a murder story in a mansion where another author was murdered years before. An electrical storm causes his characters to come to life. Peter loses control, and people are murdered!

Director Steve Schulz has put together a first rate cast for this wild yarn. Peter Knight, James Scotland IV, Nancy Kadwill, Loren Bittner, Lindsey Smith , Nance Brown, Danielle Riedel, David DiLiberto, and Gary Bullock search for clues.

Production dates are April 17, 18, 24, 25, 26, May 1, 2, 3. Curtain times 8PM except April 26 and may 3 which are 2 PM matinees. Tickets are $18 for adults; $15 for students.

The Forge Theater is located at 241 First Avenue in Phoenixville.

Tickets may be purchased by calling the playhouse at 610-935-1920 or at forgetheatre.org, or showtix4U.com.

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Gary Bullock, Danielle Reidel, Nance Brown, and Lindsey Smith (front row)
And Loren Bittner, Glen Eric Reed, David DiLiberto, and James Scotland IV try to figure out who done it in The Forge Theatre production of OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MURDER.

Theater/Organization The Forge Theatre
Theater/Organization Website: http://www.forgetheatre.org

Theater/Organization Address: 241 First Ave., Phoenixville,, Pennsylvania 19460 (Map It)
Theater/Organization Phone: (610) 935-1920

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Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She has performed, directed and produced theatre throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Leading STAGE Magazine has become a consuming passion - one which combines her many artistic skills, theatrical contacts, web development and digital marketing abilities. She is thrilled to be carrying on the vision that was begun by Holley Webster, who founded STAGE Magazine as a small theatrical newsletter in the 1970s. Recently transplanted to St Pete Beach, Florida, Ms. Bradford looks forward to bringing the digital version of STAGE Magazine to new levels of success and expanding regionally.

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