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Larry’s Late Show

Details

Categories: Comedy & Improv, Theater

Dates: September 16, 2022 - September 18, 2022

Run Time: 90 mins

Venue: Main Stage at The Adrienne Theatre

Overview

Larry’s Late Show is a murder mystery comedy filled with audience participation, hilarious hijinks, conniving characters, and loads of fun. No two shows will be the same, and the audience will play a key role in solving the mystery. Open to all ages. Festive beverages will be served for anyone 21+.

The Plot: Eight eccentric characters will do anything it takes to get ahead. Their stories intertwine and lead them to meet at the Villa Aphrodite Italian Restaurant and Comedy Emporium for one fateful night. Chaos ensues as we learn about these comically nefarious characters, their relationships with each other, and even their involvement in illegal activities. While it’s clear that all of them lack a moral compass, only one of them will go too far: the murderer.

Detective Harry Mankowitz quickly arrives on the scene and, along with the help of some sleuths from the audience, untangles the wicked web of deceit, deception, and death that we are all to witness. Throughout the show, the audience will be able to write lines of dialogue, question the suspects, and even vote on the ending.

Join us at the Villa for an entertaining experience that you won’t forget! Grab a drink, sit back, have some laughs, and let’s solve this mystery. At Larry’s Late Show, you never know what you’re gonna get… or who is gonna get it.

Larry’s Late Show is written by Richard Mover and is directed by Julianne Kastner. The show is produced by Chelsea Cylinder.

Please note: all audience members must be fully vaccinated and must be prepared to show proof of vaccination before entering the theater. Masks are required during the performance.

Chelsea Cylinder & Julianne Kastner

Chelsea Cylinder is a Philadelphia-based actor, singer, teaching artist, and producer. She is a graduate of the University Of Pennsylvania. Cylinder has appeared in shows with 11th Hour Theatre Company, The Broadway Theatre Of Pitman, OperaDelaware, New Light Theatre, East Broadway Theatre Project, Beacon Theatre Productions, and more. Some favorite acting credits include Chess (Florence), How To Succeed In Business…Trying (Rosemary), Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead (Rosencrantz), Peter Pan (Tinker Bell), Crossover: A New Pop Musical (KC Parker), and The 25th Annual…Spelling Bee (Logainne). Cylinder has produced shows with 11th Hour Theatre Company and Green Light Group Productions, as well as for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and Rogue Theater Festival. This is her ninth show with the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and she's excited to be working on this production! www.chelseacylinder.com / @cecylinder


Julianne (she/they) is a Philadelphia-based actor, director and graduate of DeSales University. She has performed regionally with Hedgerow Theatre, Please Touch Museum Playhouse, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and Elephant Room Productions - with whom she has also directed and produced several virtual and in-person productions. They also love Dungeons and Dragons, her family, and her partner, Matthew (but not necessarily in that order).

Credits

Produced by Chelsea Cylinder


Directed by Julianne Kastner


Written by Richard Mover


 


 

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