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All right so that was a clip from the ministry -- at one drew to a new Broadway play where the audience.
Gets to decide the ending how fun is bad and love that music that we just heard it makes you wanna get up and dance joining us here onset we have Andy Karl.
Broadway actor of course in this fine production that we just auction you see yourself in the -- I've never seen that montage of a couple of I only made it -- and I am afraid I may not recognize that I'm a little darker and that OK so yes I play.
I'm an actor who's playing a part in the show -- I'm I'm.
My my character he's from Sri Lanka humble myself his names that relentless and -- he -- -- sister come in from Sri Lanka and there.
Adorned in all the Sri Lankan.
A lot going on on that Seattle started the beginning of play what is this all about -- it sounds like it's kind of a murder mystery.
Right in a nutshell it's a acting troupe putting on a performance of the mystery of Edwin drew which was Charles dickens' last novel before he died.
And he died before he finished it so the mystery was.
Who killed -- -- drew and no one really knows an actual life so we try to resolve that by asking the audience to vote so.
That's lose so tricky.
The murder mystery theater as we don't have the dinner saying right and that's that's sounds complicated enough but having it in that theater right how do you instantly raise their hand.
I'm moment and walk in the theater years -- -- back to 1895.
Where we start this whole.
The whole production.
And we -- this acting troupe from from then on and we try to incorporate the audience as much as possible from the very beginning I walking out in the audience sing a little greeting -- walking them.
Welcoming them to the F premiere of our.
Mystery that intrude.
And we asked them to vote when it is called for.
So they'll be candidates on stage you could choose from.
Who will be a murderer I've been a -- once once I'd like more -- Economic it's now please Seattle landless yet topic -- this this is a shameless effort to get them -- on camera and I'll ask for votes area that's sort of how we do.
Now does it does it turn out how many nights a week do you do this we -- -- eight shows a week we just opened Tuesday.
Wow -- -- shows the next day and here I -- today crawling my way.
Interviews that he can do it tonight -- I think for -- the actors it's get on the train and ride it.
And for the audience as well because -- the start from the top with as much energy as you possibly can.
And I think that's what the audience feels and apparently the reviews are very good I haven't read them because.
It's not good do you rate of us got myself and what I didn't do what -- did do an but it's I heard the very good and around about companies very very proud they're the production company.
Now going to Broadway shows in New York City is always a thrill if you've ever done you've got to do it if -- if you're coming for the season.
Definitely come see this one but even audience members.
Change so much because it's were filled with this is filled with tourists from all over the world so what is the make up like a these choices and if you get the same.
Do you know does every night.
To get the same group of people saying yeah this person is the murder winners there's a percentage.
Is more now -- -- you know but I but -- this aid that.
Because things can change I mean we may get another factor that comes -- the show who.
Think about them that the audience really likes.
I can't say from the original -- a revival has been thirty years since they've done it.
That what it was like in the beginning but I think it's that voting is is similar now but you never know what you're gonna get again -- have been.
-- -- -- Re not we want more alarm more of that -- -- program.
But it does it should be it changes and it varies and and that's -- -- for us as well as we better.
Be prepared -- I know three songs just randomly out the top my head that may or may not be in the show.
-- and so when that.
When they just -- the audience decides the ending do you guys take a break regroup and come back -- -- -- on the spot.
The show keeps going they votes there's a little scene that happens between that's only get to note here that murderer or you're the there's other things you can vote on it.
We can be lovers how as wealthy in this -- is every show once a lover rice love.
She has to do with -- so -- and there's also a detective that is never describe who they were in the novel by the end so.
Anyone of us that the actors can also be the detective so there's opportunities galore which.
Fascinating yeah take again the mystery of Edwin -- the drew the the Broadway play where can people catches tells theater again studio 54 and -- remember that one.
It's think it's it was actually I created that as an opera house and not feel like we've taken it back to that that time when it was -- he was 1927 was made that.
The show sort of has elements of the fact that it's earlier off earlier on in.
Theater and now that we know about this Broadway production mystery -- -- drew tell us a little bit about yourself Anderson you've been on Broadway for over ten years.
You know out of -- -- -- I guess I better get so out of all the things we tell us some highlights of your probably for.
Highlights there's been great highlights.
You know you can go into certain shows -- just did Jersey boys for a year playing Tommy DeVito.
Before that I was tied -- nine to five with Allison Janney on Broadway -- but I met my wife.
In Saturday night fever on Broadway.
Back about twelve years ago and we met there and we got married like six months later and we've been married ever since and then we did legally -- together so there's been some great highlights in my life in general -- also in.
And it legally -- -- played UPS -- hadn't seen the movie and most of us have.
You're -- sums it was strapping young man that comes and he came in with.
A package a package.
And then and then there's a whole what does that the snap.
Other defendants -- -- snap you have which results sort of like jettisoned by the fact that I came in and -- -- think think legally blonde was really about the U yeah.
I realize I centers around just that one character.
And also taking part we want to mention it -- you're taking part Broadway unplugged next month with your wife yes and tell us about what -- and plugged it.
That's just that's just say it's a charity that -- be raising money and there's going to be -- -- -- going to be -- good friend of mine who I've worked with earlier on -- some great stars that will be performing.
-- the great thing.
City hall of pollutants and abandoned town town hall but it does is it anybody's show up is it anyone charity -- You can consult the web sites and I think every.
Know what charity it is it's I certainly didn't because they asked me doesn't.
I'll be there yet because I wanna promote the show I don't -- -- promote as much charity for this probably Broadway cares it's okay.
Not very -- find that out.
And can people find people can find you access your own website at Andy Karl and Karl with a K dot com -- -- on Twitter as well I'm not on Twitter okay.
The wife's on Twitter client I just sort of stay away from us telling her views my great.
As they let people want to find out what you're up to Andy Karl dot com and of course checking you out at the mystery at -- -- the on the Broadway performance congratulations.
And visit me -- was fun no matter what happens this is like fun with a twist this.
You have to see live you have to see this show I highly recommend that you will not be disappointed you'll be entertained.
I'm I'm gonna try and squeeze and for the -- and Z yeah definitely -- so ladies and gentlemen Andy Karl please and there's the what's it like me you look I'll swap them.
Slips are huge a lot of make up I.
-- well congratulations on the -- -- we'll look forward to seeing you on Broadway and in other ventures as well we're.
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