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"Making A Killing" Opens June 9th at Access Theater

A Broadway playwright, his conniving producer and his actress wife hatch a plot to guarantee their new play will be a success; they fake the suicide of the playwright on opening night! They then high-tail it up to Vermont where the playwright hopes to disappear, as he hates the public spotlight anyway. However, after a few weeks the playwright decides he no longer wants to participate in the scheme. Maybe his wife and producer (who are having an affair) will have to kill him for real! Also on the scene is the playwright's feisty agent, who uncovers the plot and then helps her client deal with his most difficult artistic challenge: foiling his producer and wife!

MAKING A KILLING was originally produced by the Dorset Theatre Festival, in Dorset, Vermont, and opened on August 2, 1984. This New York premiere of MAKING A KILLING will be opening at the Access Theater, 380 Broadway (2 blocks so. of Canal) and will run from Thursday, June 9th, 2005 through Saturday, June 25th, 2005. Performances are at 8:00pm. The play runs 1 ½ hours with one 10 minute intermission. Tickets are $21.00 for general admission and $38.00 for priority seating (which guarantees front of house seating and a special gift). Tickets can be purchased through Smarttix.com (or call 212/868-4444).

MAKING A KILLING stars Rod Cassavale as Ted, Laura Baldasare as Marge, Gamze Ceylan as Estelle and Don Fowler as Marty and is being presented by the New York Goldmine Theatre Company.

John Nassivera, Author - Published Plays: The Penultimate Problem of Sherlock Holmes, Phallacies and A Hard Look at Old Times.

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