Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Pegasus Theatre announces new “Living Black & White” show
World premiere of a brand new Harry Hunsacker adventure coming to the Eisemann Center at the end of the year.
Pegasus Theatre returns again, with the world premiere of a brand new Harry Hunsacker adventure presented in "Living Black & White" called Full Moon Murders! Kurt Kleinmann returns as Harry Hunsacker in this production at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, directed by Susan Sargeant. The cast features Raymond Banda, Josh Glover, Todd Haberkorn, Tim Honnoll, Greg Pugh, Mike Schraeder, Ben Schroth, Carrie Slaughter, and Laura Yancey. Rodney Dobbs will design the set; Sam Nance will design the lighting; Aaron Patrick Turner will design the costumes.
There will be a special New Year's Eve performance with Black & White party favors, live entertainment, champagne and dessert after the show, and a toast to the New Year with the cast and crew on December 31, 2007 starting at 9 p.m.
John Creighton lives with a curse on his head—a curse that will transform him into a werewolf during the first full moon after his 30th birthday! When bodies start turning up near his home he fears the worst. Is he doomed by his family name or is there something even more sinister afoot? It’s up to would-be actor turned would-be detective Harry Hunsacker and his paid-by-the-hour assistant Nigel Grouse (along with Lt. Foster of the real police) to get to the truth. An affectionate parody of the Golden Age of detective films of the 1930s and '40s, this new comedy murder-mystery will delight the whole family.
Full Moon Murders! opens officially on January 3, 2008 and runs through January 27, 2008, for a limited engagement, with performances Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets for are on sale now online or by calling 972-744-4650.
Source: Pegasus Theatre
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