Little Lake Theatre Company presents “Accomplice” by Rupert Holmes, a comedy/mystery/thriller that has enough unexpected twists and turns to keep amateur sleuths striving to keep one step ahead of the game. And it’s a comedy. The play begins as a conventional British thriller with a wife and her lover plotting to murder her stuffy husband. The murder ensues until the husband reappears, very much alive. The question isn’t “Whodunnit?” But rather, “Whodunnit to whom?” Jena Oberg directs Deborah Bender, Dan Bisbee, Charles Brown and Tammy Tsai in ‘Accomplice,’ running at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, through Oct. 12. For tickets and more information, call 724-745-6300 or visit www.littlelake.org. Pictured from left are: (front row) Tammy Tsai and Charles Brown, and (back row) Deborah Bender and Dan Bisbee.
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