Winner of the Tony® and Drama Critics Circle Awards for Best Play in 1970, Anthony Shaffer's Sleuth is the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse played out in a cozy English country house owned by celebrated mystery writer, Andrew Wyke. Invited guest Milo Tindle, a young rival who shares not only Wyke's love of the game but also his wife, has come to lay claim. Revenge is devised and murders plotted as the two plan the ultimate whodunnit. The New York Post called it "Ingenious skullduggery replete with skillful suspense and inventive tricks." The New York Times found it "Clever, intricate…It is good, neat, clean and bloody fun, and I most cordially recommend it." Sleuth is sure to join the ranks of CPCC Summer Theatre's most popular mystery productions like "Wait Until Dark" and "Deathtrap."