If you ever had trouble grasping the complexities of succession among lords and earls in the posh society of Edwardian England, a new production at Saugatuck’s Mason Street Warehouse might help. WMUK’s Gordon Bolar has this review of “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.” This Tony Award-winning Broadway musical offers a tongue-in-cheek look at how the other half lives and follows the twisted path of Montague “Monty” Navarro, as he murders his way to the top of the wealthy and powerful house of D’Ysquith. It has uproarious laughter and duplicitous romantic encounters supported by the soaring voices of a gifted cast. Don’t be put off by the body count of those who stand in Monty’s way. A powerful and engaging performance by Elliott Litherland ensures that Monty’s charm, good looks, and poise carry the day – and the audience’s sympathies. Besides, most of the people Monty kills seem to have it coming. Take Lady Hyacinth D’Ysquith, an insufferable do-gooder and society matron. To remove her from his path of succession, Monty, in the number “Lady Hyacinth Abroad”, suggests trips to assist the downtrodden in Egypt, India, and the Congo. When the plague and cannibals, fail to...