The death of psychiatrist W. Harrison Brent alarmed peaceful Connecticut community, and his lovely wife Margaret is the main suspect here. The duplicitous local detective, troubled patients, and the chain of unexpected murders complete the story to make Perfect Crime a curious “who-done-it” with sustainable commercial success.
Unlike the most participants of the list, this legendary off-Broadway performance is not a musical and not the most beloved one, but still a record-holder. The longest-running show in NYC history (around 12,000 shows during three decades) was based on play by the youngest author in history, Warren Manzi, with the leading female actor, Catherine Russell, who has filled the Guinness World Record of the greatest number of the same role performances in history. Probably, all these countable “historical” achievements make the show live, while its reviews leave a lot to be desired.