Murder! Mayhem! Suspicion! Songs! Laughter! What?
Yes, you’ll find it all in the murder mystery musical comedy “Something’s Afoot,” presented on the White Pine High School stage, July 6, 7, 8, and 9 at 7 p.m., with an additional matinee performance on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Director Kathy Tucker has put together 10 local adults with tons of talent to portray this zany romp through a parody of the 1930s Agatha Christie murder mysteries. The play is produced by Seat Of Our Pants (SOOP) Productions and sponsored by White Pine Players. Musical direction is provided by Connie Muir.
Guests have been invited for the weekend to the island mansion of Lord Rancour, only to find themselves and the mansion staff cut off from the outside world. Things only get worse when victims are found murdered in the most ridiculous ways.
Audiences will be delighted in the stereotypical characters that become suspicious of each other. Is it the greedy nephew? The doctor? The butler? Or could it be the Colonel or Lady Manly-Prowe? There’s always the handyman, the maid, the dashing young man, the ingenue or the amateur sleuth. Who Dunnit? You’ll only know if you attend the production. Reserved tickets will be on sale at Economy Drug and general seating will be available from the cast or at the door. Reserved tickets are all $10. General seating prices are $8 for adults, $6 for students, $5 for children. There will be a $25 family ticket available for the Saturday matinee only (household family only, please).