I don’t like to read book jackets, watch movie trailers or skim synopses of plays. They give too much away.
So I can’t tell you too much about “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” except for these intriguing facts. It’s set in London in 1907; a black sheep of the family learns he’s ninth in line to inherit a dukedom and decides to get rid of the other eight. By the title, I’m assuming his method is murder. But considering it’s a comedy (Tony-award winning) I’m not expecting blood.
The play is at the Fox Theatre March 13-18.