Scandal in Manhattan is a "romantical" comedy that twists and turns like a farcical murder mystery. This laugh-out-loud journey is moved along swiftly by the acts and yearnings of a flamboyant front-desk supervisor at a mid-town Manhattan hotel, who is continuously being overwhelmed by his straight staff and his "questionably straight" guests. All hell, lust, and love break loose when a young handsome gentlemen and an impatient southern woman, accused of killing her father with roach poison, arrive to check-in. The hotel and the play are packed full of peculiar characters, each completing a comical life journey, as they each ask the question: "Who Killed Daddy?" Also presented that night: Actor Stories - A Night to be Scene Actor Stories is a short showcase of original scenes, mostly comedy with a touch of drama, performed by The Actor's Project NYC Scene and Sketch-Comedy Troupe. This tricky showcase is lead by a witty narrator who walks from the aggressive streets of Manhattan to varied tales ranging from infomercial dramatizations to real-life couple issues. Actor Stories is fun and moving.