Noell Wolfgram Evans

Noell Wolfgram Evans, a two-time winner of the Thurber Treat Award for humor writing, has had his plays produced in New York City, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Louisville, and Palm Springs. He is the Theatre Editor for Umbrella Publishing and an advisor for Group Creativity Improv Projects. He has been a consultant to several BBC productions and worked on film properties for Brickhouse Productions. A contributor to books on improv and an appreciation of Jack Benny, he is currently working on a book focusing on animation writers. The thing he enjoys most though, is laughing with his family.

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Comedy by Noell Wolfgram Evans

32 pages

3 m, 1 w, 1 flexible

Here is a fast and funny interactive murder mystery! It takes place at a 20-year college reunion where the guest of honor, Professor Perkins, turns up dead before he has time to accept his award. Several of the alumni decide to search for the murderer on their own. That way they’ll look like heroes and the school will be saved the embarrassment and humiliation of a long, public investigation. It’s their duty as alumni. (Well, that and to donate, of course.) Among the mourners--and suspects--are the professor’s life-long assistant Blaine, the school janitor, a...