Synopsis[ edit ] Act I, Scene 1 Sidney Bruhl, a previously successful playwright, has had a series of box office flops and is having trouble writing. Sidney mimics reading a play that he tells his wife, Myra, he has received from a student of his, Clifford Anderson. Interspersed with reassurances that he is only kidding, he frightens Myra with suggestions that he may kill Clifford in order to steal the script. Sidney telephones Clifford to invite him over to give him suggestions on improving the play. Scene 2 Sidney arrives back at his den, having picked up Clifford at the train station.
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The plot centers around a washed-up playwright named Sidney Bruhl who needs to write a winning play to turn his Broadway career around. The script of an unknown playwright offers Bruhl an opportunity at success. Deathtrap was written in and became the longest running thriller on Broadway. It will keep you guessing! As radio personality, he has been heard in markets from Michigan to California to Florida. In television, he has hosted, produced, and directed everything from local news to live parade broadcasts, telethons and entertainment specials, and for 8 years was general manager of the UPN affiliate, WEVU TV, in Naples, Florida, heading both programming and a successful, ground-breaking local sales effort.
Elliott has had such diverse occupations as an orchestra conductor, choir director, and professional stage director. Elliott is also an year veteran of the Cable Television industry, having created pioneering ad sales operations in the Los Angeles market as well as in Southwest Florida.
At present, he is the top-rated afternoon host on WGUF Elliott specializes in writing, producing, and directing radio and television commercials, estimating that he has written over 10, in the past 40 years. Elliott also is an experienced videographer. He creates local commercials and documentaries as well as video writing, shooting, and editing.
He has lent his voice to many public service campaigns in the area. Dave has lived in Naples since Dave has a grown son, Blaine, who lives in Michigan.
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