David Foley 
the performance is in Estonian


Camille Liina Tennosaar
Billy Rauno Kaibiainen
Ted Riho Rosberg

author David Foley
translator, director, sound designer Andres Roosileht
scenographer Britt Urbla Keller
light designer Rene Topolev
makeup artist Evelin Sulg

graphic designer Britt Urbla Keller
marketing manager Annika Land-Reisser
executive manager Jane Oksa
producer, artistic director Vahur Keller

2h 30min / with intermission
Premiere April 10.th 2022 at Kellertheatre.

Camille Dargus is a successful New York jewelry designer with a roster of high-end clients, a glamorous loft in Soho, and a weakness for handsome young men. One night, at a boring society function, she picks up Billy, one of the waiters, and brings him home. But there’s more to Billy than meets the eye, and before long she’s summoned her security guard, Ted, to get him out of her apartment. And so begins a game of cat-and-mouse involving a mysterious jewel, reversals, crosses and double-crosses, murder, and a devastating journey into the past that Camille has tried to leave behind.

"DEADLY MURDER is a delicious 3 hander with more intrigue twists and turns than an Agatha Christie novel... thoroughly entertaining, darkly comic..." UK Theatre Network

"Akin to a game of chess, tantalising the audience with every twist and turn." The Stage (UK)

"Between curtain-up and climax there are enough twists, bluffs, and blind alleys to satisfy the most demanding aficioanado fo the genre." The Publc Reviews (UK)

“A challenging puzzle that draws us closer and happily keeps us on the edge of our seats. A madcap journey of intrigue and duplicity and … occasional wry hilarity.” - The Oregonian

"A nerve shredding, intricately plotted thriller, full of twists, turns and double crosses...[a] refreshingly modern thriller. – Worthing Herald

David Foley’s plays have found homes on both sides of the Atlantic. Nominated for a 2008 Edgar Award, Deadly Murder was produced simultaneously at Vienna’s English Theatre and on a UK tour.  Recent productions include American Witch at the Proscenium Theatre in Liège; “Switch” with Blue Coyote Theatre Group in New York; Cressida among the Greeks and A Hole in the Fence at the White Bear Theatre in London; If/Then (Deadly Murder) at the International Mystery Writers’ Festival in Owensboro, Kentucky; “Earning a Sharp Rebuke from Emily Post” at Blue Coyote. Other productions: Paradise with Blue Coyote; Sad Hotel at Minds Eye Theatre in Kansas City; American Witch at Théâtre de Poche in Brussels; The Last Days of Madalyn Murray O’Hair, in Exile and Cressida among the Greeks, both at New York’s Ohio Theatre; Sad Hotel at the White Barn Theatre in Westport, Connecticut; and The Murders at Argos at FringeNYC. He has received the Dramarama Award and the Southwest Theatre Association Award, and Sad Hotel was nominated for the 2001 American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award. His plays are published by Oberon Books. He lives in New York.

photos: fabulous Siim Vahur