Read about how our Jefferson Mays has knocked them dead again on Broadway. Click below to read the review about Jefferson’s new play! This is a Yale packed cast, and also includes Yalie Lauren Worsham (go Morse!).
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November 17, 2013 | 07:30PM PT
This witty and adorably wicked new musical stars the endlessly inventive Jefferson Mays in multiple roles, all of them murder victims.
How very daring — a witty musical about a serial killer that Stephen Sondheim didn’t write. Fashioned from the ingeniously absurd plot of the novel that inspired the classic Alec Guinness film comedy “Kind Hearts and Coronets,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” proves an ideal vehicle for the versatile talents of Jefferson Mays. Reveling in his multiple roles, Mays plays eight wacky members of a noble family doomed to die at the hands of a distant heir who covets the family title and fortune. The English music hall format is the perfect performance style for this adorably wicked show.