If you are in the mood for some mid-winter, humour-laced intrigue, then Bone Chiller is just the tonic.
The play, directed by Tracy Stedman of Grose Vale, revolves around the exposition of the will of Josiah Travers at his luxurious home.
Just as Josiah was no ordinary man, this is no ordinary will.
It is presented in the form of a puzzle.
Those who have been invited to the ‘‘reading’’ are tasked with unravelling the complexities of this last will and testament to determine who will benefit.
As the play unfolds, the assembled guests seek to determine the perpetrator of Josiah’s murder and incredible revelations ensue.
Packed with surprises and no small amount of levity, this play is sure to delight audiences.
A seasoned cast of Richmond Players’ finest perform Monk Ferris’ Bone Chiller with all the spoofy alacrity patrons have come to expect.
Richmond Players’ production of Bone Chiller opens on Saturday, August 9 at the Richmond School of Arts at 7.30pm. Further performances on Saturday, August 16 and 23 at 2pm and 7.30pm.
■ Tickets: $20/$15 concession at richmondplayers.com.au