Arsenic And Old Lace

Written by American playwright Joseph Kesselring, this dark comedy opened in New York in 1941. The play was a legit hit on it’s own, but most people probably know the story best from a subsequent 1944 Frank Capra film which starred Cary Grant as the beleaguered drama critic trying to cope his eccentric family (a delusional uncle, homicidal brother and two spinster aunts with a fondness for offing lonely old men).

From Oct. 1-4 Regina Little Theatre will be presenting its version of Arsenic and Old Lace¬†at the¬†Performing Arts Centre. Oct. 1-2 curtain is at 7:30 p.m., while Oct. 3-4 it’s at 8 p.m. For ticket info you can visit the RLT website. And to give you a sense of what to expect here’s the trailer for the 1944 movie:

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