Another Murder, Another Show!
Written by Kurt Kleinmann
Directed by Raymond Banda
Presented in RadioVizion™
March 16 – 25, 2017
Bath House Cultural Center in Dallas
It’s the night of The Wallys–an awards show that honors excellence in theatre–and last minute rehearsals are under way. Stumbling into the wrong theatre are Harry Hunsacker, would-be actor turned would-be detective, and Nigel Grouse, Harry’s paid-by-the-hour assistant and friend. Before they can be ushered out of the theatre a murder is committed and Harry has a plan to sleuth out the identity of the murderer. Harry and Nigel will adopt a series of disguises to keep the murderer off-balance and make him (or her) think an army of famous detectives is hot on the trail!
RadioVizion™ is an alternative technique devised by Pegasus Theatre for the presentation of the Living Black & White™ series of Harry Hunsacker adventures. RadioVizion™ does not employ the trade-secret makeup but instead focuses on evoking the experience and glamour of being in a live radio studio of the 1930’s and 1940’s. Live sound effects, actors at period style live microphones, and costumes suggestive of the era complete the effect.
Meet the Cast
Josh Bangle is thrilled for his debut with Pegasus Theatre. He has recently appeared as Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace, and played Jacob Marley in Scrooge. His hobbies include gaming, audiobook narration, and photography. Josh would like to thank his wife Kacie for allowing him to chase his dreams, his best friend Janae for pushing his talents to the limits, and his family for believing in his passions.
Ben has regularly played Nigel since 2010’s Death Express. Recent local credits include Dreaming Electric at The Ochre House and King Lear for Shakespeare Dallas. Voice credits include various anime produced by Funimation Entertainment, including Fairy Tail, One Piece, and Garo the Animation. Offstage, Ben has designed and worked crew for multiple local theatres, Pegasus among them. He enjoys fresh Snickerdoodles, but then again, who doesn’t. Interested parties may follow him on Twitter: @AariaVanTebbs.
Det. Lt. Foster
Chad has played Lt. Foster since Death is No Small Change! in 2011. He stays busy doing commercial, film, and voice work. He trained at Groundlings Theatre in L.A. and continues to perform and teach improvisation locally. When not performing he stays busy with Cline Salon, located in Preston Center, voted a top 5 Dallas Salon by Dallas Observer Readers Poll. Come get your hair done by Lt. Foster! He is represented by the Mary Collins Agency.
Bryan is pleased to be working with Pegasus Theatre again. He’s also worked as an actor and in various technical capacities with Tarrant Actor’s Regional Theatre, Stolen Shakespeare Guild, Echo Theatre, Pocket Sandwich Theater, Imagination Players/KD College, Texas Radio Theatre Company, Level Ground Arts and several others in the DFW & Kansas City areas. He apprenticed as an actor with Vassar College/NY Stage & Film’s Powerhouse Apprentice Program. Proudly served in the Army Reserve (2002-11).
By day she pays the bills as a graphic artist, but Marci’s lifelong passion is theatre, having worked with Contemporary Theatre of Dallas, Pocket Sandwich Theatre, Garland Civic, and Rotunda Theatre, among others. Some of her favorite performances include Dancing At Lughnasa, The Odd Couple (Female), The Philadelphia Story, Always A Bridesmaid, and Capt Phantasm Vs The Nefarious Dr Noir. This is her 2nd appearance onstage with the Pegasus family, but she’s worn multiple hats backstage, and claims to be their Database Manager in her spare time.
Gerald Fitzgerald is a playwright, actor and director. Most of his work has been with Pegasus Theatre, where he has participated in 40 productions over a span of 24 years. He has appeared in The Great Gatsby, Julius Caesar, Merchant of Venice and The Taming of the Shrew, and played Daddy in Daddy’s Dyin’ Who’s Got The Will?, Sigmund Freud in Hysteria and Humphrey Bogart in Play It Again Sam. Jerry is the author of Journey to the Center of the Earth, which ran at Dallas theatres in 2000 and 2014.
John Harvey has been making stuff for Pegasus Theatre since 2005, as well as doing his best to manage the backstage chaos for the annual “Living Black & White™” shows at the Eisemann Center (which is actually a lot more fun than it sounds). He is also the producer for the “Harry Hunsacker” RadioVizion™ reading series.
David Helms is thrilled to make his debut with Pegasus Theatre in Another Murder, Another Show! David is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a BA in theatre. Some of his previous credits include Finding Myself in Bed with Proper Hijinx, Jack the Ripper, Scrooge, and Triangles with Pocket Sandwich Theatre, and most recently Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol as the Bogle and Picnic as Bomber/Assistant Director/Stage Manager with Theatre Coppell. David is also represented with the Kim Dawson Agency.
Alex returns again to the Pegasus stage. Her previous roles include Jean Hudson/XSR:DIE!, Jenny Stewart/Rehearsal for Murder!, Gloria Stuart/Another Murder, Another Show!, Sister Rachel in 2016’s Death is a Bad Habit!, Dr. Alma Kruger in Death On Delivery!, and appears frequently in their RadioVizion™ series. She is a voice actor with Funimation, voicing Suzuno on The Devil is a Part-Timer!, Flare Corona on Fairy Tail, and Mitsuba on Seraph of the End. You can follow her hijinx on Twitter @plus3toogres and at alexmooreactor.com.
Death on Delivery! marked the beginning of Scott’s 6th straight year with Pegasus Theatre. He has appeared in theatres around the Metroplex including Theatre Three, Theatre Arlington, Mainstage Irving/Las Colinas, Pocket Sandwich, and Runway Theatre among others. Directing credits include The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Laughter On The 23rd Floor, No Sex Please, We’re British & Lost in Yonkers. He serves as artistic and technical director of Theatre on the Edge with MILC. Many thanks to Kurt and Barb for their trust and support.
Leslie has worked onstage as well as backstage for many Dallas area theatres. She has performed in a total of 17 Living Black & White™ productions. Leslie has also worked with Echo Theatre, Plano Repertory Theatre, Act I Prod, Theatre 3, Audacity Prod, Uptown Players, and The Bathhouse Theatre Collective. Some of her favorite roles include 52 Pick-up (Woman), The Collection (Stella), Arsenic & Roses (Katherine), Die Mommy Die! (Edith), Mauritius (Jackie), and Boy Gets Girl (Harriet).
Ben Schroth is an award-winning theatre practitioner. Ben’s comedy, Sherlock Holmes Versus Godzilla, won the Steve Lovett Award for Outstanding New Work by a Local Playwright. Ben has also received accolades for his acting– Best Supporting Actor, Lady Windermere’s Fan. For Pegasus, Ben has appeared in Cowboys! and Frequency of Death! Ben is a member of Nouveau 47’s ensemble and is a Contributing Artist at the Margo Jones Theatre. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Inc.
- Fridays @ 8pm • $15
- Saturdays @ 8pm • $15
- Thursdays @ 8pm • $10
- Student/Senior/S.T.A.G.E. discounted tickets • $10
Venue: Bath House Cultural Center
521 E Lawther Dr
Dallas, TX 75218
Bathhouse Cultural Center
Bathhouse Cultural Center
521 East Lawther Drive
Dallas, TX 75218