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The Opera House Stage Co. Presents
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater 2015
An Agatha Christie-style Thriller
Much ado about murder and mayhem at sea
MAY 15,16, 22,23 AND 29,30
May 15th, 16th and 23rd are now sold out
Chilling Cucumber Salad
Spooky Shepard's Pie
Somewhat Frightening Sauteed Vegetables
Assorted Redrum Rolls with Butter Chips
Sour Scream Pound Cake with Butterscream Icing
Provided by Carrie Ann & Co.
The Opera House Stage Co. is in rehearsal for its annual murder mystery dinner theater production. Murderous Crossing comes to the Opera House dining room the last three weekends of May.
The year is 1923, and the SS Perkins, a luxury ocean liner, makes its way from Belgium to England. The ship will host a society wedding uniting the Contessa Nicole Follette with the very wealthy Jonathan Rothschild. Murders, unfortunately, mar the festivities; and some of the wedding party and crew are not who they appear to be.
The audience will be part of the show--fellow passengers on the SS Perkins. The famous Belgian detective, Inspector Clurrot (Think Agatha Christie's Poirot.) will investigate the murders, and the audience will help him out. Prizes will be awarded to successful sleuths.
The cast includes actors who have brought laughter, smiles and tears to many Opera House audiences. The Contessa is Amanda Street. The groom's sister (or is she?) is Angie Perry. Steven Webster plays Lord Bennett, the Contessa's former lover. Mickey Clickner fills the roles of Inspector Clurrot and out of luck American actor Howard Krepps. Shirley Beaupied is the ship's cruise director, Miss Hastings, as well as Isabella, an Italian waitress run out of Monaco for immoral activities. Jack Williams is the priest, who is a bit too fond of the communion wine. Carly Perry is the bridesmaid, and other roles may be filled by audience members. (This could be your big break into show business!)
Scenes of the play alternate with courses of dinner, catered by Carrie Ann & Co.
Tickets for dinner and the show are $36. For reservations and information go to monticellooperahouse.org, or call 850 997-4242.
Judy Turner is directing; Kathy Hewitt is the stage manager; and Denise Tosado is in charge of props and costumes.
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