It’s shear madness, just Shear Madness and it’s going on in Penetanguishene. Drayton Entertainment’s latest show is a hilarious whodunit and it wraps the summer theatre season at the King’s Wharf Theatre.
The hair-raising murder mystery comedy Shear Madness follows hairdresser Tony Whitcomb and manicurist Barbara DeMarco through a typical day until concert pianist Isabel Czerny is murdered and everyone becomes a suspect.
The interactive comedy-mystery will have audiences attempting to solve the crime.
The show is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as America’s longest running play.
Shear Madness features a razor sharp six-person ensemble cast that keeps audiences guessing and laughing out loud. Many are have theatre and/or thelelvsion sereis credits for well-known shows.
Tickets for Shear Madness are $48 for adults and $29 for youth under 20 years of age, plus HST. Purchased online at www.kingswharftheatre.com or call the box office 705-549-5555.
Photo: Jacquelyn French, Andrea Risk, and Robbie Towns are part of a cast of six appearing in Shear Madness at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene from Aug. 14-31.
Photo credit: Drayton Entertainment