Another pice of “The Mousetrap” history involves a ritual of asking the audience not to share the surprise ending. I won’t, obviously, but there are several twists, not just one — and it’s hard to say that they’re unexpected, since the story is designed to have the audience suspecting everyone. But 23,000, remember? Maybe my mom was right: asking nicely really does work. (Thie Ithaca Journal)
O escritor Dwight Hobbes convida a platéia para assistir a peça Convite para um homicídio em Minneapolis, Minnesota/EUA, em cartaz até 20 de agosto.
In the tiny English village Chipping Cleghorn, a classified ad in the local newspaper gives the exact date, time, and place that a homicide will take place. Unable to resist the mysterious invitation, a crowd begins to gather at Little Paddocks. And, sure enough, right on schedule at the announced time, the deed is done.( Twin Cities Daily Planet)