Getting Away with Murder (Broadway, Broadhurst Theatre, 1996) | Playbill

Getting Away with Murder


SYNOPSIS: This non-musical theatre piece by Stephen Sondheim, co-written with George Furth, is a thriller that puts seven patients of a psychiatrist together for a session on the top floor of an apartment building, with the doctor permanently unavailable.
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