Time: February 8, 2019 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Elm Street Congregational Church
Street: 61 Elm Street
City/Town: Southbridge, MA 01550
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Event Type: community, theater
Organized By: David Corkum
Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2019
Gateway Players Theatre of Southbridge presents "The Butler Did It” written by Todd Wallinger. Performance dates are February 8, 9, 15 and 16 at 7:30pm and February 17 at 2pm. All performances will be held at the Fellowship Hall of Elm Street Congregational Church, 61 Elm Street in Southbridge. Parking is available on Elm Street, or in the parking deck behind the Southbridge Town Hall.
This murder mystery will be directed by Joe Sawyer and produced by Sue Adams. Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and youth under 18. Tickets may be reserved by calling Gateway at 508-764-4531. Online credit card ticket sales are available at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4042674
Presented by permission through special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service.
When it comes to solving murder mysteries, it's always the one you least suspect! The very proper butler Jenkins and the fiery Cockney maid Sarah Jane are preparing the Covington household for a visit from Edwina Corry, the world's greatest mystery author and friend to Lady Miranda and Colonel Covington. Other guests arriving include Lady Covington's feisty old mother, their high-flying daughter Kat, their chatty priest who doesn't know when to quit and the caddish, eavesdropping neighbor boy Trevor. Things are soon thrown into confusion, however, when Trevor is found stabbed to death in the kitchen. On her arrival, Edwina eagerly launches an investigation into the murder. Unfortunately, the evidence is stacked against poor Jenkins from the start, and when the bloody knife is found in his pocket, the other members of the household tie him to a chair and call the police. The only problem? Jenkins claims he didn't do it. And now he's got just half an hour to prove his innocence - while still tied to the chair.