|Our high school drama students are at it again, and this time, they've enticed some of the school's alumni to join in on the fun!|
It's a Murder Mystery, Dinner Theatre, and Silent Auction, when the Didsbury High School presents "Death of a Hot Sauce Salesman".
Prescott Knight, owner of the Hot Knights Genuine Pepper Sauce empire, discovers on the morning of the annual Knight Family Barbecue that someone is trying to kill him. A family meeting is hastily arranged, and Prescott announces he is changing his will so that the recipe for Hot Knights will pass into the right hands. Hours later, family members find Prescott dead and the recipe stolen.
Prescott's family, his lawyer, the housekeeper, and the gardener are all suspects. With the help of audience members, who have been given clue packets, Judge Titus A. Drumm slowly unravels this spicy comedy filled with zany characters, outrageous lines, and plenty of hot sauce.
Tickets are $30 per person, which includes a fabulous dinner catered by Country Nook Restaurant. The delectable menu includes Glazed Ham, Coleslaw, Broccoli Salad, Corn, Scalloped Potatoes, Dinner Rolls, Pie and Ice cream - but don't eat too much, you'll need to keep your wits about you!
A fun-filled evening at the Multi-Purpose Room of the Didsbury Memorial Complex (1702 - 21st Avenue). Doors open at 6 pm. Dinner served at 6:30 pm. Showtime 7 pm.
Written by Michael Druce and directed by Cali Beazley. Rated PG 14 plus.
Tickets are available at the high school or call 403-559-4616.
This is a delectable, audience-participation murder mystery and you're guaranteed to have a blast!