The next production at the Lieder Theatre is the thriller - Strictly Murder.
The cast of five has been busy in rehearsal under the directorship of Christine Bentley.
Well-known Lieder actors including David Rayner, Steph Warden, Brian Hill, Shane Daly feature in this play, along with newcomer to the Lieder stage, Helena Bozetto.
The play is a thriller and more of a why-dunnit than a who-dunnit.
It is set in Provence in 1939, just as the WWII is about to begin and as such the stage is set as a rustic French cottage.
It is written by English writer, Brian Clemens, who is best known for the television series The Avengers and The Professionals.
As the play opens, young Suzy who has met the much older Peter on a student holiday, is living with him in his cottage in rural France.
The pair seem to be living an idyllic life, but in this thriller, nothing is what it appears to be.
There are secrets and unanswered questions everywhere.
Who is Josef, their seemingly half-witted peasant neighbour and why is Peter so wary?
What fears and apprehensions have led to Suzy's unhappiness?
Set against a background of European tension, fuelled by the rise of Nazi Germany, is anyone safe, even here, in this seemingly remote location?
The twists and turns should keep the audience guessing right to the end.
Strictly Murder opens on September 18, with a charity night hosted by the Goulburn Soroptimists and Growing Abilities.
Growing Abilities Goulburn president Helen Morgan said the organisation was hoping for a full house next Wednesday night, with all funds raised going towards providing benches for plants and seedlings, along with heat mats to assist with propagation out at their site in Ross Street.
"Despite the weather, our horticulturalist and volunteers have been working very hard," Mrs Morgan said.
"Seeds for summer vegetables have been planted and propagation of plants has made for a busy time.
"At our recent working bee, we prepared an area for a new hothouse, where these benches will be located.
"We are always looking for volunteers to assist.
"Growing Abilities is open for sales on Thursdays and Fridays from 10am to 3pm at 41A Ross Street, Goulburn."
The play opens on Wednesday, September 18 and then runs for two weeks.
If you like a good old thriller set in a rustic, rural setting then check out this classic.
All details are on the Lieder website. Bookings through the Goulburn Medical Centre or online with trybooking.com.
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