Michael Urie, Gaten Matarazzo, Rob McClure, More Star in Interactive Murder Mystery Series Foul Play | Playbill

Streaming Michael Urie, Gaten Matarazzo, Rob McClure, More Star in Interactive Murder Mystery Series Foul Play

Created by Andrew Barth Feldman and Alex Boniello, the digitally immersive party game premieres later this month.

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Andrew Barth Feldman, Matthew Barth Tinkelman, and Alex Boniello's Foul Play will premiere later this month, featuring an all-star theatrical cast!

The interactive murder mystery series will star Feldman, Boniello, Gaten Matarazzo, Michael Urie, Ryan J. Haddad, Alex BrightmanRob McClureCelia Rose Gooding, Sis, Will RolandShereen Pimentel, Arti Gollapudi, Lou Gonzalez, Erica Hernandez, Jeff Johnson-Doherty, Sky Lakota-LynchApril Lavalle, Isabelle McCalla, Travis McElroy, Ann SandersHeath Saunders, Aneesh Sheth, and Keisha Zollar.

The digital experience is designed to immerse audiences in a weekly standalone murder mystery, with interactive elements incorporated throughout to customize the experience. 

“We built a unique virtual platform just for this series,” said Hunter Arnold of TBD Theatricals. “Through this digital platform, viewers are able to watch and enjoy each case on their terms as it plays out. With the ability to follow the characters and scenarios of their own choosing, they’ll be able to have a different viewing experience every time they watch it.”

The project is directed by Tyler Newhouse, and features writing contributions from Brennan Lee Mulligan (Dimension 20, Exandria Unlimited: Calamity), B. Dave Walters (Dungeons & Dragons: A Darkened Wish, Shadow of the Red Rage), and Arti Gollapudi. 

The creative team includes cinematographer Tyler Newhouse, production designer Kristian “Kruz” Henriquez, costume designer Sarah Cogan, hair designer Monique Gaffney, makeup designer Krystle Feher, and editor Daniel Hubbard.

Foul Play premieres April 21, with subsequent episodes being released every Friday through May 19. For more information, visit FoulPlay.live.

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