Genre: Comedy
By Nick Hall

This comedy/thriller, directed by JoAnn Oakes, SSDC - is a killer of a time! Paul and Polly Butler used to be a husband & wife murder-mystery writing team, with a twist; their unique way of testing the realism of their novels was to actually try out the murder methods... on each other. After eighteen months of divorce they reluctantly reunite to write one more book. How real will the murder methods be this time??? Featuring Perry Award winning actress Christie Oakes and WUP's Gregory Cilmi.

Open:   03/29/07
Close:   04/08/07

March 29-31 and April 5-7, 2007 at 8pm
April 1 & 8, 2007 at 4:30pm
Theater:   Access Theater
Address:   380 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: NR to Canal., walk south on Broadway to theatre.

Cost:$20 Online, $25 At the door
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Company: Well Urned Productions         Official Web Site:
Christie has been seen in many musicals, plays, and even a few films. Her major accomplishment was winning the 2004 Perry Award Best Lead Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Marion in The Music Man. Films and TV include Hearth and Home by Home Cookin' Productions in which she played the lead Kelly. She is also an active member of the NYC film company Hit & Run Movie Productions and is scheduled to play Gina in The Last Letter to Daphne. She can also be seen in Marci X and Sex and the City. Known for her Lyric Soprano voice, Christie has been classically trained in voice by both with Lauran Corson in NJ and Alan Seale in NYC. She has been on many original recordings such as Topsy Turvy as Maggie McFarland, which is a musical based on all of Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, Jack the Ripper the Musical as Mary Jane Kelly, and Holiday Magic as the Snow Queen. Theatrically, she has been trained at Drew University and graduated Cum Laude as a Theatre Major and studied classical theatre at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival.

Gregory Cilmi is the founder and Artistic Director of Well Urned Productions, a Not-For-Profit Theatrical Production and Services company serving the Tri-State area and beyond. Through his company, he has frequently held the titles of Producer and Director of Off Broadway Productions.

Gregory is a member of Actor's Equity Association and has performed both on Stage and in Film. An accomplished singer, Gregory has a terrific baritone/tenor range, and has performed in the US and Internationally. As a visual artist, Gregory has designed and built numerous sets for theaters around NY and NJ, both for Equity and Non-Equity productions. Gregory has handled many successful business campaigns, both in the arts and in Business Administration and Management. Aside from performing, Gregory is the author of the children's book "Go Home, Brooke Bunny!" and the upcoming book "Puglia - A Family History in Food and Entertainment". In his spare time, Gregory enjoys designing and building props for the stage and screen, and is a collector of Renaissance Costumes and Arms. For more information on Gregory, please visit or Thank you!