“Writing a Will Can Be Murder” by the Middle School Drama Club
April 19 & 20, 2017 at 7:30 PM
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS PERFORMANCE
We love the humor of this imaginative and fun mystery comedy! Aging movie star Betty Crawford once led a glamourous life on the red carpet, surrounded by reporters, movie producers, and directors vying for her attention. Everyone wanted to rub elbows with her. But these days, she lives alone with her maid, and the rest is only a memory… and a series of hysterical tongue-in-cheek flashbacks. Wouldn’t you know, when Betty revises her will, suddenly everyone in her life, both past and present, just happens to show up for a “social call.” Betty ends up murdered in her living room, conked on the head with a heavy object. Curiously (and hysterically!), every visitor just happens to be holding a different type of heavy object… the potential murder weapon. When a library cop shows up to present a citation for a book that’s years overdue, he decides he’s practically like law enforcement, so he puts the clues together to help solve the mystery of the murdered movie star.
The play is performed in English.
Written by Eddie Mcpherson. Directed by David Ray.
“Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Services, Inc., Denver, Colorado”
Tickets available on February 1st at 10:00AM
Tickets: Premium – $25 Adults – $10 Students – $5