Taking Tea with the Ripper tells the tale of the infamous London serial killer on the night of his first killing. The play brings a theatre-goer face-to-face with pure evil and unmitigated insanity. The tale wraps with an utterly unexpected twist. Taking Tea with the Ripper is described as disturbing ... but in spectacular way. Taking Tea with the Ripper plays to packed houses in different cities across the United States. Production rights for the play are available. Taking Tea with the Ripper, being a one-actor play, is also a great read. The book is ideally suited for book clubs, people who enjoy a tremendously well-written horror story, and people who interested in the tale of Jack the Ripper, the world's first serial killer. Taking Tea with the Ripper is the brainchild of Mike Broemmel, the author of numerous plays currently in production. His theatrical work includes The Row, Goddess People, Stand Still & Look Stupid, The Baptism, and Kiss. Broemmel has two new vels on the market: Stolen Light and Vine Dancing.