Say, is this a dagger?


Nattily dressed suspect, Miller Bannister, also known as Lion Brian Speer, isn’t sure whether he’s holding a priceless relic, a murder weapon, or a red herring. However he’ll certainly find out, maybe the hard way, when the Iroquois-Matilda Lions present Monday Always Leads to Murder at Upper Canada Playhouse April 26-28. The cast of 10, with construction and technical crews hard at work behind the scenes, is in final rehearsals for the big show. The comic murder mystery, set in New York in 1939, will leave you laughing as you try to figure out what gorgeous dolls, tough cops, suspicious custodians, an ancient curse and a dead body or two have to do with the fun. Your guess will probably be as good as scruffy private detective Harry Monday’s. Tickets for the Lions production, four performances only, are going fast. Pick yours up at the Playhouse, Mustard’s Variety or from Lion Albert DeJong, 613-652-4588.   

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