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SCC Players
Kill Me, Deadly - (Spring 2011)

For spring 2011, the SCC Players are presenting a unique look at the 1940s film noir genre with Kill Me, Deadly by Bill Robens.

In the dark, steamy streets of L.A., we follow gumshoe detective Charlie Nickels as he investigates the case of a stolen diamond and murders that keep seeming to happen as he gets closer to the mystery. During his investigation, we meet a variety of characters including the mysterious femme fatale Mona Livingston, the wealthy dowager Lady Clairmont, the heiress Veronica Clairmont, the sniveling Clive Clairmont, the butler Adrian Wilson, the big-time gangster Bugsy, and many more. All the while, Nickels is assisted by "his girl Friday" Ida, who seems to have the answers before Charlie knows the questions.

This is a wonderful celebration of humor and nostalgia as we follow the detective story through twists and turns of mystery and intrigue.

The cast includes Chris Bastible (The Dining Room, A Cloud of Victims, Scenes of Life: The Far Side of Life) as Charlie, Jane Martin (Scenes of Life, 1984, A Cloud of Victims, Scenes of Life: the Far Side of Life)as Mona, Dixie Sampson (The Dining Room, Scenes of Life: The Far Side of Life) as Lady Clairmont, Andy Duncan (The Dining Room, A Cloud of Victims, Scenes of Life: the Far Side of Life) as Adrian Wilson, Phillip J. Wibisono (The Dining Room, Scenes of Life: The Far Side of Life) as Louie, Kevin Laucella (Is This Love?, Scenes of Life: The Far Side of Life) as Dewy, and many newcomers including Danielle Romero as Ida, TJ Bernett as Clive, Cassandra Kay Carlson as Veronica, Clete Nielson as Bugsy, Brian K. Little as Fists, Luis Brio as Jaime, Jacob Silva as Jonesy, Cameron Hein as Henry, Shawndra Frazer as Lady Mary, Candel Brown as Hobo, Marzelle Gower as Librarian, Keith Clark as Shirley, and Yelena Kuropatkina as Laura-Lynn McCallister. The Stage Manager is Marcy Summers (The Dining Room, A Cloud of Victims, Scenes of Life: The Far Side of Life), and the production is directed by Adam C. Sharp.

Showtimes: May 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. and May 22 at 2:00 p.m.

This is a free performance for faculty, staff, and the community.

All performances will take place in the Lair Auditorium.

Kill Me Deadly - poster

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