Who doesn’t love a murder mystery? Who isn’t an Agatha Christie fan? Who hasn’t played Clue?
For all you mystery lovers, or just those seeking family entertainment, the Orange Players will present “The Night I Died at the Palace Theatre” on Fridays and Saturdays, April 27th and 28th and May 4th and 5th at the High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road, Orange. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
The play, written by Pat Cook, begins with a group of actors arriving to rehearse the final scene of a new play, only to find the director and author dead on stage. The mystery unravels with everyone accusing everyone else until Detective Jimmy Todd arrives on the scene. He slowly but surely puts clues together and finally solves the mystery.
Why don’t you join us and have fun with your friends and family trying to figure out Who Dunnit before the end of the play? You may even know one of the suspects. Our director is Amy Craw and the cast is as follows: Vickie Blake, T.J.Chia, Cyndi Consoli, Charlie Criscuolo, Nicholas T. Gachi, Brittany Homa, David Kaminski, Paula T. Lin, Mallie Massaro, Thursday Savage, Paul Templeton and Hugh Tucker. The production committee consists of T.J. Chia, Cyndi Console, Margaret Meisenhelder and Joan Stenner. The Stage Manager is Elizabeth Scott. The play is produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
Tickets may be purchased by calling the Box Office at (475)227-7547 or online at WWW.OrangePlayers.net. General Admission is $20. Seniors 65+ and Children under 12, $18. Seating will be cabaret style – bring your own beverage and food.