Farmers Alley Theatre's second collaboration with the Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival deliriously mixes a murder mystery, comedy, singing and piano playing by both performers. Brett Ryback is Officer Marcus Moscowicz, who hopes to solve the murder of a famous author and be promoted to detective. Joe Kinosian, one of the show's creators, plays all twelve suspects, including a gruff psychiatrist, a ballerina, a squabbling couple, the non-grieving wife of the murder victim, and even a handful of choirboys.
At WMUK, Joe Kinosian and Brett Ryback take command of the piano in the Takeda studio and treat listeners to a preview of some of the show's clever and zany songs. Director Jeremy Lapp talks about the history of Murder For Two and its journey from Off Broadway to a national tour. This is one of the first opportunities to see Murder For Two in a regional production. The run will end on May 15.