Murder at the Howard Johnson's
Comedy by Ron Clark & Sam Bobrick
Cherokee Room Theater, Connestee Falls Clubhouse, March 17-26, 2006

Directed by Marjorie Megivern

About the Show
A suspense-comedy, this is a madcap love triangle, housed at a Howard Johnson's Motor
Inn.  Mitchell Lovell, a dentist and self-appointed "dashing hero," and Arlene Miller, a
middle-aged "femme fatale," plan to murder her husband, Paul, a blundering used-car
salesman.   But when Arlene learns that her lover, Mitchell, has been unfaithful she allies
herself with her husband to do away with him.  Then the two men, feeling foolish and
betrayed, join forces against Arlene.  Each ludicrous murder attempt fails and, according
Variety magazine, "There are enough laugh lines and extravagant sight gags to outfit
rapid-fire farces-of-the-absurd."  This romp is another good choice for BLT's very
popular Dinner Theater series in the Cherokee Room Theater.
Dinner in the Carolina Dining Room, with its magnificent mountain views, is optional at
the Friday and Saturday evening performances.  The Connestee Clubhouse Grill will be
open for the Sunday matinees.  A cash bar (pre-show and intermission) will be provided
at all performances.


Joe Narsavage  Mitchell

Lyn French O'Hare  Arlene

Bob Stacy  Paul

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Show Ad/Flyer/Dinner Menus
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Theatrical Review
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