Who knows exactly why, but judging from what we commonly see these days in movies and television, viewers are always captivated by a good "Who Dunnit." And when people want to see their fictional crime scenes come to life they often turn to a Grand Island man with an incredible imagination.
Paul knows how to get an audiences attention. This 57-year-old Chicago native possesses a seemingly unlimited imagination.
It's an imagination that has inspired him to write hundreds of plays throughout his 47 years in show business. It all started when he played Macbeth at age ten. Paul has either written, directed or starred in 441 shows. And 322 of them are murder mysteries. Paul says, "Judging by the number of shows that are on television like CSI or Cold Case people like to try to solve one of the worst crimes against humanity which is a murder. They want to figure it out, there's a sense of justice. We want to know the truth."
Paul's very proud to say that his murder mysteries plays have been performed in all 50 states and he's even gone international with shows in London and Paris as well. Paul's next public shows will take place at Divots Convention Center in Norfolk this coming Friday and Saturday nights.
For more information: http://www.murders4fun.com
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