A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
April 28 – May 15, 2022*
Recommended for 13+.
Book and Lyrics by Robert L. Freedman
Music by Steven Lutvak
Based on the novel, Israel Rank by Roy Horniman
After the loss of his mother, Monty Navarro finds out he is actually a member of the aristocratic D’Ysquith family and is ninth in line to inherit the earldom of Highhurst. Since his childhood sweetheart refuses to marry such a poor and hopeless chap, Monty sets out to get close to his new family and knock off all the heirs in his way. In the midst of his murderous – yet comedic – rampage, Monty must ask himself whether he will marry for prosperity or passion.
Season Sponsor Clark Associates
Technology Partner 12:34 MicroTechnologies
Community Partner Blue Ridge Cable
*Due to a positive COVID-19 case, the originally scheduled performances of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder for Thursday, May 5th, Friday, May 6th, and Saturday, May 7th, have been canceled for the health and safety of our performers, crew, and audiences.
Performances will resume Wednesday, May 11th, and we will be adding a matinee performance at 2:00PM on Sunday, May 15th.
Original Broadway Production Produced by
Joey Parnes, Sue Wagner, John Johnson,
50 Church Street Productions, Joan Raffe & Jhett Tolentino, Jay Alix & Una Jackman,
Catherine & Fred Adler, Rhoda Herrick, Kathleen K. Johnson, Megan Savage,
ShadowCatcher Entertainment, Ron Simons, True Love Productions, Jamie deRoy,
Four Ladies & One Gent, John Arthur Pinckard, Greg Nobile, Stewart Lane & Bonnie Comley
Exeter Capital/Ted Snowdon, Ryan Hugh Mackey, Cricket-CTM Media/Mano-Horn Productions,
Dennis Grimaldi/Margot Astrachan, Hello Entertainment/Jamie Bendell
Michael T. Cohen/Joe Sirola, Joseph & Carson Gleberman/William Megevick
Green State Productions
In association with
The Hartford Stage and The Old Globe
A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER was developed, in part, at the 2006 Sundance Institute Theatre Lab at the Sundance Resort with continuing Post-Lab Support through its initiative with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Vocal Arrangements by Dianne Adams McDowell & Steven Lutvak