By: Peter Gordon
Director: Charlie Hoffman
Mildred Bagshot is murdered in cold blood.
Who did the dreadful deed?
And, who's next?
Inspector Clouseau meets Miss Marple? This hilarious spoof of the best of the Agatha Christie traditions is set in a country manor house in the 1930s, with an assembled cast of characters guaranteed to delight — Bunting the butler, an English Colonel, a shady French art dealer, the bumbling police inspector, and a well meaning local sleuth — they're all here, and all caught up in the side-splitting antics that follow poor Ms. Mildred's mysterious demise. Will the murderer be unmasked before everyone else has met their doom?
cwACT has eliminated our paper newsletter. We will place all audition and show-related information here on our Newsletter/Audition Alert page, and will send an e-mail reminder whenever new information is posted.
This measure will save paper, time, and expense for our organization. We thank you all for your support as we continue to evolve in order to better fulfill our mission to provide quality theater to central Wisconsin.
Please sign up here or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name, so we can put your e-mail address on our list. All recipients will be sent the reminders by BCC, so no one's e-mail address will appear on the e-mail reminders.
Here, you can get tickets mailed to you, find maps to Sentry Theater, and our rehearsal space, or check on auditions (even apply for a scholarship online). We have always relied on the remarkable enthusiasm, talent, and generosity of central Wisconsin community members for actors, staff, and contributors. This winning combination of donated professional venue, voluntary talent, and generous support have created a unique, long lived, passionate community theater.
The mission of cwACT is to provide quality entertainment for the community and provide, for as many individuals as possible, the opportunity to participate in quality theater. The goals of cwACT are to produce shows the community wants to see, to promote a community involvement in those shows, and to be self-sustaining. As a result, community volunteers select, produce and fund cwACT productions.