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Speaker: Susy Moorstein

This event is open to the public. For more information about the Lifelong Learning Institute, Manassas, visit

In this lecture, Susy Moorstein, director of Dial M for Murder, will share how a small community theater group produces a first rate performance. She will be joined in front of the play's set with members of the cast, and you will gain an insider view of how a play is put together.

The play is set in the early 1950s in London, England, and tennis pro Tony Wendice marries Margot, who has exactly what Tony loves: beauty and money. The suspenseful plot thickens as Tony schemes to murder his wife for her money. You are invited to come and see what happens!

Susy Moorstein has spent the majority of her life working in theater. Most of her professional work was in Ohio, but since moving to Virginia and starting a family, she has worked with local community theaters in the D.C. area. She is one of the founders of the Prince William Little Theatre (PWLT), and is a lifetime member of PWLT’s Board of Directors. Susy has been recognized for her performing and costuming over the years; directing was the obvious next step.