Annette Toms is the director of Death by Fatal Murder.
Here’s what she says about her acting career.
I have acted in over eighty plays for ALP and enjoyed every one. I have also directed over twenty but prefer acting in them. I have also acted in, and directed, many of our entries for the South West Herts Drama Festival
My greatest achievement was winning best actress at the South West Herts Drama festival for Betsie in Martyred Wives.
Before joining ALP, I was with the Brow Theatre Group for seven years until they disbanded.
Ever since I could walk and talk I have been in shows and pantomimes.
I would like to do another Shakespeare before I retire, in fact, I would like to be in another play before I retire!
And her message to the audience is…
Ever since I directed Murdered to Death, I have been waiting for the sequels. We have read this play on previous occasions but I had decided to do other farces instead.
Having problems casting another play I had chosen, this one immediately sprang to mind.
It is very hard to make a difficult play look easy and I hope we have achieved this. The cast have worked extremely hard and I hope the end result is as funny and as well received as the first Pratt play.
My thanks go to all the hard working backstage members for their support and help.
Hope you all have a lovely evening and enjoy yourselves.