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Press & general enquiries contact Joanna Godwin-Seidl
Tel.: 43(0) 699 12127679

by Anthony Shaffer
Theater Drachengasse Bar & Co
19. February Premiere
20. February - 3. March 2013

Fleischmarkt 22, 1010 Vienna
Tel.: 01/5131444

​Starring: Dennis Kozeluh, Michael Smulik​
Producers: English Lovers
Production: vienna theatre project/ Joanna Godwin-Seidl
Stage Manager: Silke Müllner
Production Asst.: Christine Franz

About the Play
As intricate as a finely constructed puzzle, Shaffers mystery-thriller-play may be the best of its kind. Set in the mansion of Andrew Wyke, an immensely successful mystery writer, who lures his wife's lover, Milo Tindle, to the house and convinces him to stage a robbery of her jewelry. This sets off a chain of events that leaves the audience trying to decipher where Wyke's imagination ends and reality begins. There's thievery, peril and plenty of double-crossing. At times the verbal sparring is so sharp that it's a wonder nobody loses an eye.

Awards and Press
Tony Award for Best Play
"The most fiendishly clever thriller ever written for the stage."   The Times
"This metaphysical mystery play still keeps you guessing three decades after its premiere."  London Evening Standard
"Not only a whodunit, but a whodunwhat. A great deal of fun...marvellous."  New York Times
"This tit-for-tat rapier fight rarely loses pace and never gives itself away."  Independent
"A clever and enjoyable piece...full of energy, sophistication and brilliant humour."  London Theatre Guide

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