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Elliot Brick's

Murder in the Mansion Museum or The Case of the Ditz and the Diamond by Butch Maxwell and Bert Furioli

Gino Angelo, Arlene Merryman, Vera Barton-Caro, Butch Maxwell, Bert Furioli

Above: Standing ~ Crispen Wilson Waddington III (Gino Angelo), Mrs. Norton-Sweeny-Todd (Arlene Merryman), Tammy Cash (Vera Barton-Caro), Elliot Brick (Butch Maxwell) , Front: Mac McGuffin (Bert Furioli). The part of Mrs. Norton-Sweeny-Todd was later played by Dee McCorkle.

"The Mystery Theatre has outdone itself this time. Without a doubt, the funniest show yet!" - the authors

Oglebay... that hallowed name and local powerhouse. And with good reason. The Oglebay family was a major benefactor to the area. The sprawling 1500-acre Oglebay resort was a gift to the people of Wheeling from the Oglebay family... Oglebay Institue, America's oldest such foundation for the arts, was started through Oglebay endowments. The Oglebays gave a lot to Wheeling.All of the Oglebays have however, sadly, passed on... or so it was thought... of them returns - and someone gets murdered!

Crispen Wilson Waddington III (Gino Angelo)
Mrs. Norton-Sweeny-Todd (Dee McCorkle or Arlene Merryman)
Tammy Cash (Vera Barton-Caro)
Elliot Brick (Butch Maxwell)
Mac McGuffin (Bert Furioli)

More About This Show

Original Run Dates:
February - May (Oglebay) and June-August (Riverside) 1998
Reprise: January - March 2005 Details Here

Last updated: October 9, 2008