Clever banter and songs highlight 'Accomplice'

January 24, 2014 

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Kevin Kimsey and Whitney Ulmen in Knock ’em Dead’s “Accomplice.”

  • Tickets available

    8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays (dinner at 7 p.m.) and 7 p.m. Thursdays (no dinner), Jan. 24-Feb. 22, KED Playhouse, 415 E. ParkCenter Blvd., Boise. Fridays and Saturdays: $39 with dinner, $20 show only. Thursdays: $18 general, $15 seniors, military and students. 385-0021, kedproductions.org.

Knock 'em Dead Dinner Theatre takes on Rupert Holmes' witty and stylish "Accomplice." Yes, Holmes wrote "Escape," sometimes known as "The Pina Colada Song," but he's also an accomplished composer of musicals, best known for "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." "Accomplice" is not its sequel, but it's in the same vein of plot-twisting, funny, interesting, musical theater. There are more than a few surprises in the end, driven by Holmes' clever banter and tuneful songs.

Dana Oland

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