Well, it’s all over but the cast party, and we feel pretty safe in declaring Who Killed Mr. O’Blatherskite? a success. Eight actors (two parts were double-cast) performed before more than 300 people over six performances.

“O’Blatherskite,” written and directed by company director Bill Hand, was an old-west story about a murder on a train. 

Much-maligned and hated Gregory Blaine O’Blatherskite had been discovered, murdered, in his luxury railroad car. Six characters were faced with trying to figure the crime out before the train reached the next station. That misogynistic crew included a fatherly sheriff, his dumb but ambitious deputy, a lady bounty-hunter with an axe to grind, a railroad conductor (who’d been president of the railroad, himself, before Mr. O’Blatherskite won it from him in a fixed game of cards), a con man and his sweet sister.

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