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Murder, mystery and intrigue are all a part of any good murder mystery. Los Alamos Little Theater’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Go Back for Murder” is no exception.
The advertisements and articles leading up to the show intrigued me. I definitely wanted to see this play. I love a good murder mystery, so I was hoping this production wouldn’t disappoint.
The play begins with Agatha Christie (Jody Shepard) and Hercule Poirot (Russ Hopper) gracing the stage. Poirot introduces the audience to the play’s characters and the first scene begins with Carla Lemarchant (Linda Taylor) walking into attorney Justin Fogg’s office, during which she tells him about the letter her mother, Caroline Crale (Linda Taylor), wrote, claiming her innocence in Amyas Crale’s (Don Monteith) murder 16 years prior. Determined to clear her mother’s name, Carla embarks on a journey to find her father’s true murderer.
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