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"Murderous Instincts" delays previews another 7 days to 27 Sep 2004 at the Savoy
Murderous Instincts has delayed previews for another 7 days to 27 Sep 2004, however the show is still expected to have its official opening night 7 Oct 2004, and booking to 29 Jan 2005
The show was originally previewing from 10 Sep 2004, this was changed a week ago to 20 Sep 2004 and now previews are expected from 27 Sep 2004. There has been no official reasons given for the delays, other than the news that director Bob Carlton, who directed the Norwich run, has been replaced by Michael Rooney for the London run.
The cast includes: Nichola McAuliffe (Edwina), Kevin Colson (Adolfo), Ben Goddard (Juan), John Capes (Reed), Simon Clark (Tweedman), Jonathan D Ellis (Miguel), Christopher Frampton (Christopher), Sarah Ingram (Felicia), Arvid Larsen (Colin) and Natalie O Donnell (Lauren)
It has a Salsa score by Peurto Rican composer Alberto Carrion, with book and lyrics by Cinda Fox. Choreography by Jhesus Aponte, designed by Dinah England, lighting by Matthew Eagland, sound by Rick Clarke, produced by Manny Fox.
Edwina, the glamorous widow of the late rum tycoon, Bradford Buckingham, awaits the arrival of her grown-up children in the wake of their father's death at the palatial family estate in Puerto Rico. They are all desperate to claim their share of the multimillioninheritance - but the family reunion soon collapses into turmoil when Edwina disappears... Has she been murdered and if so, who did it? Almost everyone around her has a secret to hide - and who is the mysterious stranger hanging round the gates of the estate? Before the mystery is solved, love, fear and greed bring out everyone's Murderous Instincts.