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More Ypsilanti, Michigan 3rd Ward happenings:

The Real Inspector Hound

The Riverside Arts Center will be putting on a production of Tom Stoppard‘s The Real Inspector Hound on Thursday, February 22nd, Friday the 23rd, and Saturday the 24th. All shows begin at 8PM. There will be a matinee at 2PM on Sunday the 25th. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors. Tickets may be reserved by leaving a message at 734.480.ARTS.

The Real Inspector Hound, written between 1961 and 1962, is a one-act farce that lampoons both theatre criticism and the English whodunit. The story-line follows two theatre critics that are watching a murder mystery. By accident, they become involved in the action causing a series of events that parallel the play they are watching. The play is a parody of parlor mysteries in the style of Agatha Cristie‘s The Mousetrap.

The show is a Washtenaw Community College production from December that was so successful they took it on the road. The Real Inspector Hound is directed by Ron Miller, produced by Tracy Komarmy, with technical direction by Barry LaRue. The play is the first collaboration between WCC and the RAC. Officials from both groups hope for many more opportunites for such projects.

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