Definitely catch this if you can as Dallas soap opera star Patrick Duffy performs at the Milton Keynes Theater Bedford News

Of course, he made a name for himself around the world in the 80s as Bobby Ewing in the long-running drama and I’m delighted to say that his latest role sees him deal with so many twists and turns from the plot in one night as a dastardly brother. JR could never pounce on her on the American soap opera – and this time no one will wake up in the morning to find it was all a dream!

It’s a mystery that leaves you scratching your head as to what might happen from start to finish thanks to the clever storyline and excellent performances from key characters.

Duffy as Daniel Corban stars alongside Linda Purl (Happy Days; Homeland) who plays his wife Elizabeth Corban, with Gray O’Brien (Peak Practice; Coronation Street) as Inspector Levine.

Catch Me If You Can (Photo by Jack Merriman)

The Inspector is called to a house in the remote mountains to investigate the disappearance of newly married Elizabeth Corban. The policeman’s dialogue is interspersed with great moments of dry humor and sarcasm – such as when he informs Daniel, who says he recently had a fight with his missing fiancée, that there is “bad news… in 96% of case, they come back! ”

The first surprising development is Elizabeth’s sudden return. Her husband seems shocked and rather disconcertingly insists to the inspector, as well as the local priest, Father Kelleher, that this woman is in fact not the new Mrs. Corban.

It’s a confusing scenario as Elizabeth knows the answers to personal questions, such as the location of a scar on her body and the name of a hotel they recently stayed at, so she must surely be his wife.

As doubt is cast on Daniel’s sanity, the plot takes a more sinister turn and Duffy expertly portrays a sense of hopelessness and frustration that no one is listening.

Catch Me If You Can (Photo by Jack Merriman)

There’s talk of cashing in on a life insurance policy, the prospect of a huge inheritance, poisoning, being stabbed, loud gunshots (I jumped twice!) and more again to add to the intrigue. But going into too much detail would spoil the fun for anyone planning to book their tickets.

And if you’ve ever wondered what happened to the moose head from The Germans episode of the ’70s sitcom Fawlty Towers, well, the producers seem to have dusted it off (or found a very similar one) ready. for Sidney the Sandwich Man (Hugh Futcher) to have a chat with him in true Major Gowen style!

Catch this play if you can before its performance at the Milton Keynes theater ends on Saturday 9th April. It would be a mystery to me if you decided to miss it.

For tickets call 0844 871 7615 or click here.

Catch Me If You Can (Photo by Jack Merriman)
Catch Me If You Can (Photo by Jack Merriman)

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