Morgan Farewell will face her toughest case in Reflections: The Darkening Web, which opens tomorrow.
Reflections: The Darkening Web will take place on Saturdays from Feb. 15-Mar. 29 at 7 p.m. each night. All performances are to happen at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, located at 9700 Bluegrass Parkway in Jeffersontown.
Tickets for each show, which include the show, dinner, tax, and gratuity, are $45.50 per person. Reservations in advance are strongly recommended as some shows (like the Feb. 15 show) may sell out. All tickets can be purchased by calling Whodunnit at 502-426-7100. Dinner choices include Yankee pot roast, baked tilapia, and vegetarian lasagna. More information on the show can be found at the Whodunnit website.
Assistant district attorney Morgan Farewell has had plenty of success figuring out who the real criminals are in the Reflections series, In Reflections: The Darkening Web, however, she faces many difficult questions when a woman confesses to a crime she didn't commit. Farewell, while also trying to solve matters of the heart, will attempt to track down the real killer.
The audience will try to track the killer as well. During each scene, audiences will have the chance to listen and watch for possible clues. In between scenes, audiences can ask the suspects questions to obtain more clues. The suspects, in turn, can either answer truthfully or evade the question. The only time they will lie is when they are asked if they will are the killer. That answer will be no.
A.S. Waterman created the production, which Joe Monroe directed.
Following The Darkening Web, Whodunnit will present The Specter at the Seance: The Spirit's Revenge. That production will open in May.
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