On April 12-13, the Christendom College Class of 2014 will present a Mystery Dinner Theater, “A Menacing Night in a Modern Museum,” at the college’s St. Lawrence Commons. Directed by seniors Conor O’Donnell and Katie Shannon, this year’s play promises to perplex and delight the inner detective in everyone.
A classic whodunit with an artistic flair, the play will feature a wildly amusing cast, and the audience will be treated to not only fine acting, but fine dining as well. It will be a night of intrigue and suspense that should not be missed. Audience members will be able to bribe players for clues to help find the killer and win prizes.
Doors open at 7 p.m. on Saturday and at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. A limited number of tickets ($20/adult, $8/child, $120/table of seven) are available. Tickets can be purchased here or reserved at 800.877.5456 ext. 1235 and will be available at the door for purchase and pick-up. All proceeds will benefit the Senior Class Gift.
The April 12 performance is scheduled the same day as the first annual rugby shield match against Franciscan University of Steubenville. The senior class hopes this will encourage alumni and visitors to come out for the action on the field and then stay for the excitement on the stage.
For more information, visit christendom.edu/mystery.