Participants Embark on a Local Murder Mystery
The faint at heart need not apply when solving a real-life murder mystery. However, when it's all in good, harmless fun and part of a theatrical stage production, then by all means, attendees are highly encouraged to participate. That is exactly what can be expected during the production of Pat Cook's 'You Have the Right to Remain Dead' performed at the Copper Village Museum and Arts Center in Anaconda, September 29th through October 9th. The production is under the direction of Sue Konicek of Anaconda's Open Theatre Project.
Per their press release, this comedy murder mystery allows the audience to help solve a murder by unraveling clues throughout the performance. As the play persists, a corpse is found, and hence, the murder mystery begins. Sleuths in the audience can then interact to determine if a cast member is guilty of such a crime. Many unexpected events take place during the performance in the most comedic fashion. Join the excitement as an interactive audience member who will have the chance to play detective by cross-examining suspects.
Many of the actors set to grace the stage are young students from the surrounding area, so it's an excellent opportunity to show your support for youth in the community and their love of the arts. Remember, mark your calendar as 'You Have the Right to Remain Dead' runs September 29th through October 9th, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Due to the subject matter, the show is recommended for those ages eight and up. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $10 for adults and $4 for students. For more details about this fantastic interactive play, call (406) 563-2422 or (406) 533 5269. Holmes and Watson would be proud!