Someone is murdering the theater critics in town one by one. Lt. Foster has summoned his suspects to police headquarters along with the two surviving theater critics. It appears he’s in command of the situation until Harry Hunsacker, would-be actor turned would-be detective, and Nigel Grouse, his paid-by-the-hour friend and assistant, enter the scene and gum up the works as only Harry Hunsacker can! With Harry on the scene, the murderer’s chance of “getting away with it” just got a whole lot better.

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 recreating 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 evocative of the era complete the effect.


Due to building renovations occurring at the Bath House Cultural Center, Pegasus Theatre’s RadioVizion™ production of “A Critical Case of Murder!” will be presented at the Lochwood Branch Library, in the Black Box Theater, located near the Bath House Cultural Center.

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