Farewell, My Lovely
By Aaron Bushkowsky
A play that takes the theme of film noir and gives it a modern flair, full of intrigue, gun-play, and the blues.
An adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s hardboiled detective story of the same name, featuring down-on-his luck Philip Marlowe, America’s most famous private eye, who hasn’t had a case in a while. Marlowe is hired by felon Moose Malloy who is trying to solve the disappearance of his girl, Velma, a beautiful nightclub singer and “a blonde to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained-glass window.”