A Shadow of Doubt

ensemble theatre · mb stage productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Nick Forman is a troubled writer who is accused of killing a young actress, Evelyn Dickenson. She was trying to get a job in his next picture, and that was her mistake. Nick’s past acts of violence make him the prime suspect in her murder. His only alibi is ex-reality star Kathryn Corvell. As she looks for an opportunity to further her career, she nearly falls in love with Nick. Meanwhile, Nick’s best friend Eric Spitzer, a policeman, and his wife Julia can’t help but get involved in the investigation. Leaving Nick’s agent Martin Wolff to keep his and Nick’s careers together, while a Detective Andrews is the only one who seems to care what actually happened to Evelyn Dickenson.

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production team

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jared pixler *

production manager
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david evan stolworthy *

production manager
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maurisz kotowski *

writer/director
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michael conley *

producer
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lior burlin *

nick forman
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cara o'brien *

kathryn corvell
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katie lynn mapel *

producer
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natasha wells *

stage manager
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rachel gonzalez *

julia spitzer
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kilvin johnson jr. *

eric spitzer
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nathalyn yaah *

detective andrew
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ray mainenti *

martin wolff
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olivia griffian *

evelyn dickenson
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jillian riti *

costumer
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* Fringe Veteran

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