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Collection of Scripts Soon to Be Published!

Our Night of the Living Dead: A Celebration of B-Movies fundraiser is about to be published! Now, if you didn’t get to join us for that ridiculously fun night, you can read and laugh along!

A very special thank you to Sean Abley of Plays To Order (and our newest board member!) for getting this all to
gether.

Keep as eye out for a book signing and maybe, just maybe, a Night of the Living Dead 2!

 

SkyPilot Theatre Company Presents Murder…Murder…Murder

SkyPilot Theatre Company

Presents the World Premiere of

Murder…Murder…Murder

By Adam Hahn

Directed by Lois Weiss

Runs January 13th to February 5th—Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm. Sundays at 2pm.

Pan Andreas Theatre, 5119 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here or call 800-838-3006

It’s been one day since the murder of Lucius Grainvaile, ruining a perfectly good weekend for a small party of society’s somewhat elite at the Grainvaile Estate. Thank goodness among them is Edwin Montrose, the well-known detective! (Well, a moderately well known detective…Surely some have heard of him…Just look at his scrapbook!) Murder…Murder…Murder is a hysterical classic case of “Who done it?”, where everyone’s a suspect and the subsequent murders provide additional clues.

Written by Adam Hahn, author of critically acclaimed SkyPilot productions including KONG: A GODDAM THIRTY FOOT GORILLA, EARTHBOUND (LA Weekly Pick of the Week) and THE MERMAID WARS, comes a hilarious new comedy reminiscent of all your favorite detective crime dramas.

Set Design by Jordan Craig

Lighting Design by Douglas Gabrielle

Starring: Catherine Cox, Natalie Dressel, MacKenzie English, Stephen Juhl, Kelly Goodman, Marie Pettit Gregson, Sarah Marcum, Morry Schorr, and Duane Taniguchi