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The musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,” which has received critical acclaim in Hartford and San Diego for the dexterous performance of the Tony Award winner Jefferson Mays in multiple roles, will transfer to Broadway this fall, the producers confirmed on Thursday. The musical is to begin preview performances at the Walter Kerr Theater on Oct. 22 and open on Nov. 17, with Mr. Mays (“I Am My Own Wife”) again playing eight different heirs to the D’Ysquith family fortune – all of whom become targets for a disinherited distant relative.
The show, set during the Edwardian era in Britain, has music by Steven Lutvak, lyrics by Mr. Lutvak and Robert L. Freedman, and a book by Mr. Freedman; it is based on the novel “Israel Rank” by Roy Horniman. The director will be Darko Tresnjak, who staged the musical this spring at the Old Globe Theater and last fall at Hartford Stage, where he is artistic director. The producers are Joey Parnes (“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”) and John Arthur Pinckard (“Hair”), in association with the two theaters. Additional casting will be announced later. A spokesman for the producers declined to comment on the musical’s capitalization amount for Broadway.
Serial killers may be all the rage on bookshelves and television screens — so ubiquitous, you’d think they made up a major demographic of the world population — but they are comparatively rare in the peppier precincts of musical theater. Now, after a long dry spell, Broadway has a deadly sociopath to call its own. Please give a hearty welcome to Monty Navarro, the conniving killer who helps turn murder most foul into entertainment most merry in the new musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder.”