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'Ax of Murder' brings mystery to Dundee

DUNDEE—Murder, mystery, and a possible haunting are the themes of Dundee Central School’s production of “Ax of Murder,” Nov. 14 and 15.
“Ax of Murder” will be performed Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. at the Dundee Central School auditorium. The Friday evening performance was canceled due the Dundee Scots football game.
“Ax of Murder” features a play within a play. Everyone’s heard of a haunted house. Probably even a haunted theater. But a haunted play? Could it be haunted by the spirit of a man who recently died at the theater?
Theater director Bonnie Bagwell doesn’t think so and tries to convince the other members of the troupe as writer Colin Chambers hints at the trail of horror that has cursed his script, “Ax of Murder.”
Unfortunately, curiosity gets the best of the actors and, despite Colin’s adamant warnings, they open the script and start reading the play. It soon becomes apparent the play is mirroring their theater and even the specific actors. “The play changes with each performance,” Colin intones, though he’s not taken seriously. But when a police sergeant, played by Bobby Sprague, shows up on cue stating he was called in on a murder, people begin to wonder. Wonder turns to fear when someone is murdered onstage. And it seems as if no one could have done it. No one, that is, except perhaps a ghost.
The cast is rounded out by Mariah Jefferson as Midge, the tech assistant who gets the ax.  Ryan Sullivan is playing Phil the tech guy.  Ellanna Pielow and Ed Sprague are police officers.  The rest of the cast is Britnee Forman, Cheyenne Mascarro, Owen Maloy, Andi Champlin, Esther Nenos, and Taylor Heitman.

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