2013/14

season

Directed by Emily Dix
ROBERT GILL THEATRE 
AUGust 2013

 

FEATURING
Leete Stetson as Tony Wendice

Rebekah Manella as Margot Wendice
Kenton Blythe as Max Halliday
Reg Matson as Inspector Hubbard
Jason Manella as Lesgate
Ian McGarrett as Police Officer

WITH

Fight Direction by Alexis Budd
Costume & Prop Design by Emily Dix
Costume Construction by Karen Henderson

Lighting Design by Reg Matson
Set Design by Michael Bazzochi and Emily Dix
Stage Management by Jayden Hsueh

Youth Production Assistant Janice Li

PRODUCED BY
Emily Dix and Matt McGrath

Bygone Theatre's Dial M For Murder

dial m for murder

by frederick knott

"I was lucky enough to be in the audience tonight. Excellent work by all concerned!...Well acted, tightly directed, deftly staged." - Robert Claxton

ABOUT

Tony Wendice has married his wife, Margot, for her money and now plans to kill her for the same reason. He arranges the perfect murder -unfortunately for Tony, Margot turns out to be a worthy opponent and kills the attacker in self-defence. Seeing this as an opportunity to have his wife convicted for murder, Tony sets about framing her, while Margot's lover, Max, unaware of Tony's plot, tries desperately to free her. A thrilling suspense drama that was the inspiration behind the Hitchcock film of the same name.