By Mark Shenton
06 Jan 2014
Billed as "a musical in the key of death," it is described as "a theatrically charged musical comedy thriller about a publicity crazed actor and the endearing detective who persistently pursues him. Take a seat and watch in anticipation as Detective Brummell of the NYPD chases a murderous master of disguises through New York City, unravelling a complex tale involving an Irish priest, a Spanish dancer, a French waiter, a pizza delivery boy and a pair of dominating mothers."
The cast features Graham Mackay-Bruce as Morris Brummell, Simon Loughton as Christopher "Kit" Gill, Kelly Burke as Sarah Stone and Judith Paris as Flora Brummell, Alexandra Gill and The Victims.
No Way to Treat a Lady has a book, music and lyrics by Douglas J. Cohen. It is directed by Robert McWhir with choreography by Cressida Carre, design by Robert Griffin, lighting design by Richard Lambert and musical direction by Nicholas Chave. It is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.
To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7737 7276 or visit www.landortheatre.co.uk.