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Death by Chocolate @ Stirling

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Don't eat the chocolates
The scene - Meadowbrook Health Resort. The curtain rises on the dead body of Henry Meadowbrook. A suicide? It certainly looks like it, but appearances can be deceptive.

Death By Chocolate, Stirling Players, Paul Freed, Janet Brandwood, Comedy
Gary Billingham (Henry) and Tom Brandwood (Alfred) in Death By Chocolate (Photo courtesy of Stirling Players)

The new owner, Lady Riverdale, a chocolate magnate, takes over and the deaths come thick and fast. Will the soft centres last out?

The play is Death By Chocolate, written by Paul Freed, produced by Stirling Players and directed by Janet Brandwood.

Death By Chocolate is that rarest of rare animals - a funny, American murder/mystery spoof; but like a lot of American comedies it relies on zany rather than subtle humour.

Death By Chocolate, Stirling Players, Paul Freed, Janet Brandwood, Comedy
Sophie Prober (Dyslexia) and Karin Sfaflund (Lady Riverdale) at Stirling Playes this May (Photo courtesy of Stirling Players)

Director Brandwood says, "This is a play I have had on the 'back burner' for a few years and was one I had hoped to do some time in the future' and now have the chance to do so."

Written in the 1980s Death By Chocolate is running from 16 to 31 May at 8 pm, with matinees on May 18 and 25 at 2 pm. Bookings may be made at Morris News on 9440 1040. Tickets $22 full, $20 concession, $18 members.

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Why? Riotous comedy set in a Health Farm
When: 8:00pm and 2:00pm (matinee)
Phone: 9440 1040
Where: Stirling Theatre, Innaloo Community Centre, Morris Place, Innaloo
Cost: $22 Full, $20 Concessions, $18 Members
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