Different endings, same result: Another solid production
Last updated 2/8/2019 at Noon
The Phoenix Theatre’s presentation of Alan Ayckbourn’s “It Could Be Any One of Us” is an ambitious display, blending extensive dialogue, eccentric characters, British accents and alternate endings into a play that runs for nearly two and a half hours.
This murder mystery takes place in a house owned by an irritable, unsuccessful composer named Mortimer Chalke (Curt Simmons), who inherited his mother’s home and all of her money after she died. Members of Mortimer’s family live in the house also, all of who unsuccessfully practice forms of art that the deceased matriarch commissi...