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It Must Have Been Murder

It Must Have Been Murder
Written by Don Woods
Directed by Roger Butler
3 – 8 June 1991

This is a tale of murder, straightforward in that one’s interest lies in wondering who will succeed and how. There are a number of twists in the plot and a neat ending. The would-be murderers are Louise and Guy Porter, a husband and wife who have come to hate each other. Louise plans to murder Guy and achieve freedom, while Guy’s plan is more ambitious – having poisoned Louise, he will substitute a model, Bettina, who is remarkably like his wife. In the final twist, we find that Louise is one step ahead of him all the way.


Louise Porter / Bettina More – Gill Grubb
Guy Porter – Kevin Fraser
Emma – Elsie Bate
Gabby – Carol Butler
Leo – Keith Jarman


Stage Manager and Set Designer – Graeme Horner
Lighting – Margaret Williams
Sound – Jane Sawyer
Costumes – Marjorie Sawyer
Properties – Christine Angell
Assistant Stage Manager – Dot Hamlin

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