REVIEW: BWW Review: DIAL M FOR MURDER at Olney Theatre Center - It's Like 'CSI' In Person
BROADWAY WORLD • April 18, 2016 • BY CHARLES SHUBOW
Olney Theatre Artistic Director Jason Loewith noted in the program of DIAL M FOR MURDER that "Thrillers are the theatergoer's guilty pleasure". I plead GUILTY!! Recent such guilty pleasures I've seen were AN INSPECTOR CALLS by J. B. Priestly and DEATHTRAP by Ira Levin both at Everyman Theatre.
REVIEW: Dial ‘M’ For Murder: Olney Theatre takes surefooted stab at sinister whodunit
BALTIMORE POST EXAMINER • April 15, 2016 • BY ANTHONY C. HAYES
Can a theatrical murder mystery still be considered a mystery if halfway through Act I you already know whodunit? Absolutely – as playwright Frederick Knott beautifully demonstrated in his genre-twisting play, Dial ‘M’ For Murder – the current production at Olney Theatre.
REVIEW: Dial ‘M’ for Murder at Olney Theatre Center (review)
DC THEATRE SCENE • April 13, 2016 • BY JEFFREY WALKER
Dial ‘M’ for Murder is not so much a “whodunit” as a “will-he-get-away-with it” thriller. But it kept audiences guessing in the early 1950s in London’s West End and later on Broadway. And it still works.
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