Michael Brocki fully inhabits pompous, wily Andrew, alternating swaggering power and frightened desperation, depending on his position as cat or mouse in Theatre Raleigh’s production of the 1970 comedy-thriller “Sleuth.”
Michael Brocki fully inhabits pompous, wily Andrew, alternating swaggering power and frightened desperation, depending on his position as cat or mouse in Theatre Raleigh’s production of the 1970 comedy-thriller “Sleuth.” Curtis Brown Photography
Michael Brocki fully inhabits pompous, wily Andrew, alternating swaggering power and frightened desperation, depending on his position as cat or mouse in Theatre Raleigh’s production of the 1970 comedy-thriller “Sleuth.” Curtis Brown Photography

Theater review: A clever and exciting production of ‘Sleuth’

August 06, 2015 02:13 PM

UPDATED August 06, 2015 05:54 PM

More Videos

  • Sir Walter Raleigh, a man of many garbs

    Sir Walter Raleigh’s statue gets dressed up outside the Raleigh Convention Center all the time for bluegrass week, Hopscotch and other events.