The Jerome Barron Players have a problem. Their writer, Ryan Betancourt, has killed himself under mysterious circumstances and they need a replacement right away. The Players, unofficially known as Death Troupe, come together once a year to perform a high-end murder mystery play written... read more
“That's what I love about writers -- they're such lousy actors.”Jerome Barron
“Actors are all about entrances, but writers are all about exits.”Ryan Betancourt
“I've wanted to kill you for as long as I've known you. Don't make it easy for me.”Wade Parker
“You're a fraud, Jack Glynn.”Kelly Sykes
“That town had a very spooky vibe to it, Jack. Bad juju. I think that helped a lot.”Berni
“Alas, poor Ryan. I knew him, Horatio: A Fellow of infinite talent.”Jack Glynn
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