"Monsters Local 1031" Audience Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner

Thursday, October 17, 2002
Left to right are Steve Disbrow, Kevin Bartolomucci, Glenna Inman, William Sturtevant, Courtney Michael, Phil Elkins, Eric Shubert, and Bill Bolen.  Click to enlarge all our photos.
Left to right are Steve Disbrow, Kevin Bartolomucci, Glenna Inman, William Sturtevant, Courtney Michael, Phil Elkins, Eric Shubert, and Bill Bolen. Click to enlarge all our photos.

The Mountain Arts Community Center will again be the scene of a crime as Rolling Imagination Production's (RIP) multi-talented troupe of players returns with "Monsters Local 1031" for the second annual MACC fundraising Mystery Dinner Play.

"There is unrest in Monster Union Local 1031. A renegade monster has been murdering above the management agreed quota. Other concerned monsters' unions have sent an independent investigator to expose the guilty party. However, before he can do so, the investigator meets an untimely end. The unlikely Igor is then faced with the duty of revealing the guilty party. Can timid Igor make the transition from faithful servant to lead investigator? Will he be able to expose the guilty party? With your help, you bet! Come for a night of laughs and help Igor solve the mystery. "

To join in the fun, audience members are encouraged to dress up for the event. Each table will help guess who the murderer is by the end of the evening.

Union dues are $20 per person and includes a chili supper and the play.

The play begins at 7 p.m. and is showing on Oct. 18, 19, 25 and 26.

The cast includes Kevin Bartolomucci, Bill Bolen, Steve Disbrow, Phil Elkins, Glenna Inman, Courtney Michael, Eric Shubert, and William Sturtevant.

Call (423)-886-1959 for reservations.


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