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About Lee Mueller
Lee Mueller was born in St. Louis, Missouri. For over thirty years he has been involved in the performing arts, from acting, directing, improv/sketch comedy, and most notably as a playwright. His first one-act play, "In Between Days" was produced during a national writers conference. His second one-act, "The Favor" was a finalist in a short play competition in St. Louis.
He has specialized in comedy murder mystery plays that have been produced all over the world. His play "Death Of A Doornail" won "Best Original Comedy" at the 27th Annual "Arty Awards" in Fairfield California. "Murder Me Always" ran for a month at the Laugh Factory in New York.
Lee also hosts a Podcast on creativity called "And So The Mind Reels" and has published a collection of short stories called "Idle Essence: Tales Of Marvin".
“REINVENTING THE GENRE. Writer, actor, and playwright Lee Mueller began writing funny, imaginative murder mystery comedies that could stand on their own as theatrical productions. Lee's plays are now performed by schools, community theater companies, and other organizations throughout the world.”
- Kevin Polito -Former Weekend Edition Host, KWMU NPR Affiliate
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Only seeking to use the phone, they learn the phone lines are down and the roads are washed out due to the storm. If that was not enough, they find themselves involved in mysterious events: Mrs. Ludos' necklace has been stolen and gunshots were heard.
Should Nick and Darla hang out and help solve the mystery? Sure, why not? After all, they can't leave. Perhaps stranger than the inexplicable occurrences of the evening, are the actual guests they find at the estate. Everyone is acting very oddly and using really bad accents. And when one of the guests is found strangled in the kitchen, no one seems to be alarmed except for Nick and Darla. Typical.
"Talk About A Murder" - A Television talk Show is taping a live broadcast. One of the guests turns up dead, while the show is "live" on the air. Can the hosts and guests solve the murder? Will it boost their ratings? Must the Show go on?
And the award-winning "Death Of A Doornail" - An eccentric Millionaire, Albert Doornale has invited all of his close friends to his estate. Only problem is, Albert is missing. No one has seen him. Was Albert killed? Kidnapped? A murder investigation will begin, as soon as a body is found
"Death Near Dead Man's Holler" - Nothing much ever happens in the small town of Meridosa till now. Gun-slinger Sergio Van Cleef is in town for safekeeping in the jail. All Sheriff John Ford needs to do is keep an eye on him. Simple right? Sure, that is until Van Cleef winds up dead. Simple goes out the window.
And "A Murder Has Been Renounced" - A couple's car breaks down on a dark and stormy night. A nearby estate offers shelter and an oddball group of guests all behaving very strangely. The phone lines are down and a necklace is stolen, shots are fired, a guest is strangled. You know, the usual fare.
"Remains To Be Seen"- A dead body is found in a steamer trunk on the back of a "U-Move-It" rental truck. But as Detective Goodman and Badham find, it's not as easy as tracking down the last person who rented the truck. The truck has been around the block a few times and rented by some odd characters,
And "I'm Getting Murdered In The Morning" - During the garter toss at Brenda and Eddie's wedding reception, a mysterious man is shot on the dance floor. The mysterious man has ties to both the Groom's and Bride's families. Nonetheless, "damage Control" guru - Mr. Parker believes everything is fine. No need to worry. Have some cake.