October 8, 2013
Kitty Doupe, who works for the U.S. Army at Hancock Field, lights up the stage as Zenia, a spooky Haitian maid, in Baldwinsville Theatre Guild’s current production, “Any Number Can Die.”
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Anything can happen in “Any Number Can Die.” Owls hoot, thunder howls, lights flicker and lives are lost due to gunshots, poison, hanging and stabbing. But don’t let that constant violence spoil your evening at the theater. It’s all in good fun, as the stage play soundly satirizes every murder mystery you’ve ever read or seen. The campy comedy by Vermont’s prolific and playful playwright, Fred Carmichael, is being staged through Oct. 13 by the Baldwinsville Theatre Guild.