Tag Archives: Whodunnits

Was it Professor Plum, in the library, with the …? The lead-pipe cinch fun of Clue at the Citadel, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Let the game begin.” What fun. A high-style midsummer comedy whodunnit with all the trimmings, and a larky air of high camp about it.  That’s Clue, currently dropping clues, suspicions, weapons, suspects, and dead bodies through … Continue reading

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And the plot thickens: The Real Inspector Hound, a Fringe review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The Real Inspector Hound (Stage 12, Varscona Theatre) In Tom Stoppard’s cunning 1968 comedy, you’re watching two theatre critics watch a hoary English country manor house whodunit à la Dame Agatha. “Has it started?” wonders one … Continue reading

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