New York City
How to convey the sheer fun of this show–the wild high spirits and the strange dark shadows. Imagine an old-fashioned Victorian theater company, “The Royale,” who decides to produce their own dramatized and musical version of Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel Edwin Drood. It’s to be done like a Music Hall, so we have a Chairman who introduces the scenes. Because the novel was never completed, there’s no knowing how Dickens thought of ending it. What happens here is the audience is asked to vote on who they think the criminal actually is. Every night, there’s a different ending to The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
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