Murder Can Be Habit-Forming

A fantastic audience braved the rain, cold and wind to enjoy Motion Arts Temora’s production of
Murder Can Be Habit Forming.

Cast and crew were allowed to make adjustments to the script to incorporate local features which delighted our audiences and added an extra touch of enjoyment to the production.

THE STORY
When a busload of passengers are stranded by a storm, they find their way to an old mansion outside Temora, now St. Marys Convent, where the Reverend Mother Mary Cecilia, provides lodging for the night. Unfortunately, she soon realises that among her guest’s is likely to be a serial killer known as the “THE MARY MURDER” whose victims are all named Mary!

Four performances were held on the weekend of March 29th at the Temora Public School Hall.

Mary Cecelia – Robina Moore
Mary Margaret – Tamara Smith
Mary Martin – Joanne Thrippleton
Mary Thomas – Coralie McKenzie
Mary Agatha – Jean Groth
Mary Bishop – Abigail Moore
Mary Adams – Emma Cleverdon
Herman – Chris Watson

Jerome Stacey – Ben Rayner
Ryan Wallace – Ben Weston
Erika Kincaid – Jemma Vaughn
Patrick McDougal – Matthew Simms
Laura Evans – Maxine Linnane
Willard Patterson – Nixon Wallace
David Lewis – Susan Hunn
Torch – Taz Rundle and Craig Dixon