A season's worth of murder is set to take place during the Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater's 2010-2011 season.
Just in time for the Halloween season, Whodunnit will open its season with Murder Behind the Curtain in September and October. For the Christmas holiday, A Carroll's Deadly Christmas will be performed in November and December. During February, March, and early April 2011, The Corpse on Farewell Street will have its murderous run. Finally, in May and June 2011, Murder in Hollywood: The Case of the Boa Constrictor will end the season.
All shows will take place at the Hyatt Regency, located at 320 West Jefferson Street in downtown Louisville. Tickets for each show this season are $43.95 per person, which covers the show and a dinner. Season tickets are also available. For more information, go to the Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater website or call 502-426-7100.
Auditions will be taking place for Murder Behind the Curtain on August 1 with roles available for those aged 20 years of age tp 70. Niles Welch will direct the A.S. Waterman-penned production, which deals with a possible murderer on a horror movie set. More information about the auditions can be found at this link.
A Carroll's Deadly Christmas will follow in November and December. The production, to be directed by Cristina Martin, feature a member of a rather abnormal family will be killed on Christmas Eve and another who is the murderer.
The Corpse on Farewell Street will continue the season in February, March, and early Aprili. Joe Monroe will direct the production, which features Dr. Angus MacCrimmon dealing with murder and deception at the turn of the 20th century in Rhode Island.
Ending the season in May and June will be Murder in Hollywood:The Case of the Boa Constrictor. Jane Mattingly will direct the show that has 1960s Hollywood up in arms over the murder of Sandra Townsend. A film producer's mansion provides the settings for the suspects to accuse or be accused.
Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater features shows with much audience participation. During the shows, audiences will have the chance to ask questions of the suspects, who will in turn tell the truth or evade the question. The audience will then decide who they believe the murderer is.
More information on any of the shows or season can be found at the Whodunnit website.
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