The Community Theatre of Howell’s popular “WCTH Mystery Series” continues on Sunday, April 11, with a performance of two radio-style mystery dramas: “Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Dead Adventuress” and “Ellery Queen: Mr. Short and Mr. Long.”
The audience will get to journey back in time to the golden age of radio, as the WCTH cast acts out the dramas. All performances take place at the Howell High School Freshman Campus, 1400 W. Grand River Ave., Howell.
Admission is free for all shows. Masks must be worn in the audience and social distancing will be observed.
From now through Sunday, the Livingston Post will be introducing you to members of the “WCTH Mystery Series” cast.
In today’s story, we meet Peter Brown of Milford, who’s retired from a career in the software industry. He and his wife, Kathy, have two grandchildren, ages 8 and 10.
How did you first become involved with CTH? How many shows have you been involved with?
A friend had been involved with CTH and suggested I audition. I have been in six Radio Hour productions and am now in rehearsals for a night of One-Acts to be presented in late April.
What are some favorite roles or theater experiences from the past, either with CTH or other groups?
One movie filmed locally, and one TV series (providing voices for marionette characters).
What do you like most about being involved with CTH?
There are great people here.
Tell us about the WCTH Radio Hour shows and why you like these shows.
I get to use my voice to create characters, such as Dr. Watson in the Sherlock Holmes series.
What can the audience expect with these productions?
Close your eyes and let your imagination run free.