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The Invisible Theatre Presents THE BUSINESS OF MURDER

Tucson Theatre Announcements List: Tucson: The Invisible Theatre Presents THE BUSINESS OF MURDER


From: CATHY JOHNSON [mailto:cathyj@flash.net] Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 1:32 PMSubject: The Invisible Theatre Presents THE BUSINESS OF MURDER

Mention you saw this announcement on TTA
and receive a special discount on your ticket price!!

“Welcome to a thriller that
achieves it all…”
- London Times

THE BUSINESS OF MURDER
By Richard Harris
Directed by James Blair
Through the generous support of Dr. Robert and Sandy Maxfield

WHEN: November 28 – December 16, 2007

WHERE: The Invisible Theatre (1400 N. First Avenue at Drachman)

TICKETS: Ticket Price: $16 - $25 per person
Call (520) 882-9721 for reservations and information
Discounts available for groups of 10 or more

SHOW DATES: Preview on November 27th at 7:30 pm = $16.00
Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7:30 pm = $22.00
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm = $25.00
Sunday matinees at 3:00 pm = $25.00

RUSH TICKETS: One half-hour prior to curtain for any schedul…

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Published: 11.23.2007

'Business of Murder' is suspenseful and full of twists

By Kathleen Allen

ARIZONA DAILY STAR

It's autumn in London, the early 1980s.

A man by the name of Stone has asked the police detective, John Hallett, to help set his son straight — he's selling drugs, and he's in serious trouble, says Stone.

And so begins "The Business of Murder," a suspense-filled story with more twists than San Francisco's Lombard Street.

"I love this genre," says James Blair, who is directing the production for Invisible Theatre.

"I like the old English mysteries that are a little claustrophobic. Something's familiar about them, but something's off."

And there's definitely something off about this Richard Harris story. And compelling — it ran in London for nine years.

That doesn't surprise Blair.

"It's just very intelligently written," …