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New show is 'Afoot' at Peninsula Players

4:00 PM, Aug. 13, 2013
Paul Slade Smith plays world-famous actor William Gillette in Ken Ludwig's comedic whodunit 'The Game's Afoot,' on stage at Peninsula Players from Aug. 14 through Sept. 1.
Paul Slade Smith plays world-famous actor William Gillette in Ken Ludwig's comedic whodunit 'The Game's Afoot,' on stage at Peninsula Players from Aug. 14 through Sept. 1.
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Peninsula Players Theatre mixes murder and madcap in its next production when "The Game's Afoot," a new whodunit from playwright Ken Ludwig, opens Aug. 14 and runs through Sept. 1.

The comedy has world-famous actor William Gillette, in real life the first actor to write and star in a play featuring famed fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, inviting his eclectic cast members to his opulent home for a Christmas dinner party and sťance. The festivities are hampered by murder, mayhem and madcap adventures when one of the guests is stabbed to death. Gillette must don his stage persona, sidestep ...

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