The Gazebo

Suspenseful and funny… an immensely warm and humorous experience in the theatre. It should have a long life. —NY Journal-American. "Fun and entertainment for the whole family." —The Hollywood Reporter. "Vast, hearty and hilarious…the murderous fun is irresistible." —NY Herald-Tribune.

A writer of TV whodunits and whyzits, always with an eye toward inventing the almost perfect crime, gets into a spot where he has to commit a real do-it-yourself murder. His wife has become the target of blackmail, so the writer has to silence the so-and-so with a six-shooter and then find a place to hide the body. Having acquired at auction a gazebo for their suburban backyard, the writer and his wife decide to plant the blackmailer in its fresh concrete foundation. Mysteriously, it isn’t long before the body turns up again—in the middle of their living room! Soon the house is crawling with detectives and district attorneys, all looking to point the finger somewhere, thus casting the writer in a role he never expected he’d have to play: the suspect.