THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
MAR 13–APR 5, 2020
Book, Music, and Lyrics By Rupert Holmes
Directed by Matt McNabb
Join the colorful characters of the London’s Music Hall Royale—a delightfully loony Victorian theater troupe—as they present The Mystery of Edwin Drood, based on Charles Dickens’ final, unfinished novel. The story centers on the young and charming Edwin Drood, who has been mysteriously murdered—but, by whom? His leering romantic rival? Mysterious twins newly arrived from Ceylon? Or, someone else more dastardly and villainous?
Unfortunately, Dickens passed away before revealing the culprit. So, in order to solve the mystery, the killer must be chosen by audience vote, revealing a different ending each night.
A winner of five Tony Awards in 1986, this charming and inventive show-within-a-show is a rip-roaring whodunit and a rollicking evening of jolly good musical fun.
Tickets range from $30-35. Please visit the Ticket Information section of our website for more details.
Recommended for ages 12 and up. Contains mild references to adult themes and language. For a preview of what to expect from the show, please visit our What Audiences Should Know guide. Note: As a courtesy to our patrons, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted.
To ensure a Sign Language-interpreted performance on Sunday, March 15, please request accommodations by Friday, February 21. For more information on our ASL seating policies and other accessibility services, please visit our Accessibility page.