'Vintage Christmas Murder' set for Saturday

The Youth Docents of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum will present a play, “A Vintage Christmas Murder,” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at the museum, 200 Washington Ave.
Tribune Staff
Dec 7, 2012

 

Tickets are $8 at the door, and admission includes snacks and a beverage. Follow the action and pick up clues during this Christmas “who-done-it” and see if you can identify the murderer.

It’s Christmas 1937 and international wine merchant Jonathon Sedgwick-Smythe has been found dead, floating in a vat of wine, at his wife’s chateau in the French wine country. The cast of characters all have a past to hide and may not be as innocent as they seem. At the end of the performance, the audience will be given an opportunity to pick the most likely suspect.

The Youth Docents are local high school students who volunteer their time at the museum, assisting with programs, tours and events. “A Vintage Christmas Murder” is a fundraiser that benefits the museum’s Friends group.

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NoOneSpecial

What a sad statement about modern culture - a "Vintage Christmas Murder" as "entertainment"?

 

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