Chicago's Murder for Two—A Killer Musical Continues Into Fall

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Murder for Two, the two-actor, one-piano musical comedy mystery, has been extended again at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, now to Oct. 16.

Created by Joe Kinosian (music and book) and Kellen Blair (lyrics and book), "this 90-minute Agatha Christie-like whodunit musical comes with a surprising twist: one actor plays the inspector, the other plays all ten suspects, and both play the piano."

Performances play CST's intimate Upstairs space on Chicago's Navy Pier.

Developed at CST under the guidance of creative producer Rick Boynton, Murder for Two—A Killer Musical received the first developmental workshop at CST in May 2010, and opened at Chicago Shakespeare May 17, 2011, following previews from May 12.

Directed by CST veteran director David H. Bell, Murder for Two—A Killer Musical features the show's co-creator Kinosian playing the comic would-be criminals and Chicago favorite Alan Schmuckler as the inspector.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Chicago Shakespeare Theater's Box Office at (312) 595-5600 or visit www.chicagoshakes.com/murder. For more about the show, visit murderfortwomusical.com.

Alan Schmuckler and Joe Kinosian
Alan Schmuckler and Joe Kinosian Photo by Liz Lauren
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