Received this press release from my friends down in Kountze Texas who are producing my recently penned comedy murder mystery "Last Call At Chez Mort"
Chez Mort is a Jazz style Night Club and it's Last Call takes place in the 1940's. The plot is ripe with guys and dolls, mugs and dames, sirens and songs. More can be read here.
Kirby-Hill House has a rich history dating back to 1902 when it was built and in 1992, underwent renovations to restore the grand home. Murder Mystery Dinners are one method the local group utilize to raise funds for restoration purposes. Theatre with a purpose! Amen to that.
Here are the details from the Kirby-Hill House:
"Looking to add a little mystery to your life? Want knee-slapping entertainment, elegance, and style? Throw in a little vintage, some fashion, a truly mouth-watering menu and, yes, murder. The Kirby-Hill House Murder Mystery Dinner Theater is is in its 27thseason now and shows for the newest production are selling out.
This year, the production is “Last Call At Chez Mort” by Lee Mueller
Opening night was a sell-out, and tickets continue to sell fast for the second weekend nights this weekend on Friday and Saturday March 6-7, and on March 13-14.
For more information or tickets, call 409-246-8000, or log on to its Facebook page
Kirby-Hill House is located at 210 W. Main in Kountze Texas
The western-themed comedy murder mystery “Death Death Near Dead man’s Holler” will be presented at three separate locations across Susquehanna County. So pick out a date or location convenient and join us for a night of laughs, mystery, food and drink!
Written by Lee Mueller, the story takes place in the small town of Meridosa near Dead Man’s Holler, where nothing ever happens, nothing until now. A notorious outlaw Sergio Van Cleef is being kept in the jail for the night until Marshall Tucker can transport him to the train station to catch the 3:10 to Yuma. Mrs Peacock, president of the Ladies Ethics Guild is none too happy about the arrangement, nor is she happy that the new Saloon “entertainer”, Sadie Mae Harlow has not been run out of town. But while Sheriff John Ford keeps watch, the prisoner ends up dead in his cell. No one was around at the time or had access to the the prisoner. With the help of Parson Graham and Doc Watson, the Sheriff must try to solve this case, if only for his own satisfaction.
All shows cost $27 and include dinner and show. Reservations are required for all shows. Seating is limited, so make your reservations today! For details click link below