Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic.

Two men sit at a desk, a woman and man stand in Fiddlers Three

Matt Ruehlman, Cara Moretto, Ryan Palmer and Brian Sheldon in a scene from Theater Barn's 'Fiddlers' Three.'

NEW LEBANON, N.Y. — Fast, loud and frenetic are not adjectives you normally think of when dealing with an Agatha Christie play but, then, “Fiddlers Three,” is no ordinary Agatha Christie play. This is unabashed farce that feels perfectly at home with its merry little tongue in cheek

The play is wrapping up an unexpectedly truncated season at The Theater Barn in a fast, loud and frenetic production that makes up in energy what it lacks in style and finesse.

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Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic.