We’re back and excited to announce the new play we’re performing in 2023: a tricky murder mystery The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens, written by Billy St. John. The murder of the villainous millionaire Edward Worthington wreaks havoc on his family and close associates, though perhaps not for the reasons one might expect. The case is investigated by a slick detective who, when not breaking the fourth wall, is busy finding out who had the most motive to kill Mr. Worthington. Was it the bitter ex-wife? His dubious lawyer? Or maybe his sexy secretary? Find out at our performances in Spring!
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The BPM is proud to announce the 2023 play: The Plot, like Gravy, Thickens by Billy St. John! The play’s subtitle promises it to be “A Murder Mystery/ Comedy with Audience Interaction, Great Storm Effects, Spiffy Costumes, and Lots of Other Good Stuff”. If that sounds exciting to you, hop over to our current productionContinue reading “2023 Production Announcement!!”
Last spring, Carmen and Isabel, our two co-writers and co-directors of The Forest attended a colloquium on the topic “Performing Shakespeare” together at the English Seminar. As this topic fit the BPM’s 2021 production and what Isabel and Carmen did with their adaption of Macbeth perfectly, one of their classmates, Philipp Makowski, conducted a littleContinue reading “Q&A With the Directors”
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