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REVIEW: WaterTower’s ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’

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Randy Pearlman and the cast of WaterTower Theatre’s ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.’ (Courtesy photo by Taystan Photography) Despite the high body count in WaterTower Theatre’s newest production, death comes with a lot of laughs and showtunes.

Murder has never been funnier and WTT created a solid piece in its Addison home. The show opened July 20 and rus through Sunday.

The story follows Monty Navarro (Andrew Keeler) in early 20th century London who discovers he is part of the influential D’Ysquith family (Randy Pearlman) that had disinhereted his recently deceased mother.

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