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Give the people what they want, and an entire theater company might emerge. That was the reasoning behind A Taste of Murder Productions, founded by Laura W. Andruski, who is now its producing artistic director. There is a local desire for mystery drama productions. “I didn’t see anything like it happening here, though it was […]

J. McAndrew Breen stars as scheming playwright Sidney Bruhl in Ira Levin’s Broadway hit “Deathtrap” at Silver Spring Stage. COURTESY PHOTO  

Montgomery Playhouse, an all-volunteer theater, has a varied season ahead.

First up in 2017-2018 is “The Canterville Ghost,” a play Marisha Chamberlain adapted from the short story by Oscar Wilde.

In January, the Playhouse presents “The Reluctant Dragon,” a comedy for young audiences, and, in March, a Live Radio Show recreates the Boston Blackie radio series of the 1940s and ‘50s.

“Our mandate is to entertain and educate audiences,” said Loretto McNally, board president.