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Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse

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Act II Playhouse in Ambler presents the exciting crime drama, Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck, on stage for four weeks only, now through Nov. 20. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

This contemporary thriller centers on two half-sisters sparring over rare stamps from the island of Mauritius. After their mother's death, one sister attempts to sell the stamps for a fortune, and unwittingly steps into the dangerous black market of stamp collecting. Loyalties are tested, allegiances are formed, and every plot twist will leave the audience guessing.

Mauritius is directed by David Bradley, who also helmed the recent Act II hits, According to Goldman and Unnecessary Farce.

Mauritius stars five of Philadelphia's most acclaimed actors: Jake Blouch, Brian McCann, Stephen Novelli, Campbell O'Hare, and Julianna Zinkel.

The design team for Mauritius includes Colin McIlvaine (Set Design), Katherine Fritz (Costume Design), Christopher Colucci (Original Music and Sound Design), Lily Fossner (Lighting Design), Lauren Davenport (Properties), and Samantha Reading (Fight Choreography).

Tickets for Mauritius at Act II Playhouse are $27-$38. Discounts are available for subscribers, students, group of 10 or more, and seniors (65+). Tickets are available online at www.act2.org, by calling the Act II box office at (215) 654-0200, or in person at 56 E. Butler Ave. in Ambler.

Photo Credit: Mark Garvin

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Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse
Jake Blouch and Stephen Novelli star as Dennis and Sterling

Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse
Campbell O'Hare stars as Jackie

Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse
Jake Blouch and Campbell O'Hare star as Dennis and Jackie

Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse
Jake Blouch and Julianna Zinkel star as Dennis and Mary

Photo Flash: First Look at MAURITIUS at Act II Playhouse
Julianna Zinkel and Brian McCann star as Mary and Philip


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