WGTD radio theater presenting “Hercule Poirot: murder on the tumulus” | Arts & Theater
The WGTD Radio Theater, now in its 15th season, presents the 91.1 players in “Hercule Poirot: Murder on the Mounds”, an original murder mystery based on the famous Belgian crime series created by Agatha Christie ago 100 years.
The show begins at 11:15 a.m. Saturday morning (November 2) to a live audience in the Lake Lawn Hall at the Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan.
This show features members of the 91.1 players.
This original story, written by co-producers and writers, Steven Brown and Michael Ullstrup, is loosely based on early 20th-century finds of Indian mounds found in the Delavan area.
In this drama, Inspector Poirot visits Delavan and Lake Lawn Resort to help solve a murder.
Poirot is the world-renowned mustached Belgian private detective, created by Christie in a series of novels and short stories, who is unmatched in his intelligence and understanding of the criminal mind, respected and admired by police forces and chiefs of ‘State of the whole world. .
The Indian mounds of the Lake Delavan area have sparked the interest and imagination of many for over 100 years.
According to co-writer Brown, âThe Inspector Poirot novel and television series has always been extremely popular. Poirot uses psychology and his deep knowledge of human nature to eliminate criminals. It will of course take physical evidence into account, but more often than not its combination of order, method, and little gray cells does the trick. It’s a perfect âcrime solverâ for our radio theater audience. “