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Murder For Two Critics' Reviews

"Thanks to the elastic skills and collegial charm of those two actors, and a score that's several cuts above parody, ['Murder For Two'] is a winning diversion."

Review by Jeremy Gerard from Bloomberg News

"Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair's score is a silly-clever throwback to 1950s novelty cabaret, and director Scott Schwartz milks the show for every drop of tomfoolery: vaudeville bits, sound effects, meta winks, audience participation."

Review by Adam Feldman from Time Out New York

"Ryback is engaging as the wide-eyed cop looking for his big professional break; at times, he looks and acts uncannily like Broadway vet Roger Bart—with the same on-stage energy."

Review by Jason Clark from Entertainment Weekly

"The ferociously energetic actor Jeff Blumenkrantz plays a hefty handful of prime suspects, all of whom had ample cause to wish the novelist Arthur Whitney dead."

Review by Charles Isherwood from The New York Times

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