Does Crime Pay?
Nov. 12th and 13th at 7:00 pm. in the historic Majestic Theater.
The Eureka Community Players present an evening of one-act comedies which address the question “Does Crime Pay?” Don't miss what is certain to be great fun as hilarity ensues in the pursuit of the answer!
The evenings begins with “Blind Woman’s Bluff” written by Janet S. Tiger and directed by Sandy Oertli. A blind woman (Shelly Moen) has placed an ad to sell her old rocking chair. John, (Brian Dinsmore) a friendly thief, responds to the ad.
The second play is “Murdered Mystery” written by Karl Garner and directed by Brian Dinsmore. Lights come up to find Steven Short as the butler. He is holding a gun and standing over a dead body. How did we get to this murder scene? Adrian Miller, Melissa Brandon, Lisa Taylor, Ollie Payne, and Kyla Short soon arrive to tell the story.
The evening closes with “The First Date” written by Kristyn Leigh Robinson and directed by John and Sharon LaBonty. Brad (Josh Disney) has arrived for a blind date when he meets an inept waitress (Melissa Brandon). His first reaction to his date, Delia (Krysten Fitzsimmons) is that she seems nice – but she definitely has a problem!
“Blind Woman’s Bluff” and “Murdered Mystery” are produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Publishers while “The First Date” is produced by special arrangement with Brooklyn Publishers, LLC.
Between each play, the audience will be serenaded by cowboy troubadour Tim Helnore.
Tickets are available at the box office. For more information, contact Brian Dinsmore at 808/457-8995.
Contributed by guest writer Sharon LaBonty
About the Author: Alice B Elrod is a longtime promoter, supporter and contributor to our community. I love living in this glorious valley. There are so many people here who ardently strive to help out and it's a pleasure to pitch in when I can. Writing for visitNWmontana gives me a chance to know more about our community lets me invest some creative time in getting the word out about how wonderful it is to call this place home. I also have the privilege to be involved in the community by working with the Creative Arts Council, Recycle Eureka and through my chiropractic practice, Elrod Chiropractic.