NWHS: 'Did Someone Say, Murder?'by jmaloni
Niagara-Wheatfield High School will present the play "Did Someone Say, Murder?" by David J. LeMaster at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 21 and 22.
Directed by English teacher Tammy Dobe, it is a murder-mystery comedy involving 25 students who will be acting, assistant directing and helping out backstage.
"We are very excited about doing this play," said Dobe. "The students have been working super hard with their characters, and I think anyone who attends is going to have a great time."
Audience members will be seeing a wacky bunch of characters as they dine and watch the world's greatest detective, Rathbone, solve murders right before their eyes. There's only one catch - anyone can be the victim, and everyone is on his or her own in finishing the evening alive. Can Rathbone solve the mystery before the killer runs out of murder victims? Can the audience solve the false identities, spies, double-crossings, tricks, surprises and thrills that propel this mystery to its deliciously shocking ending?
Tickets are $5 at the door of the Niagara-Wheatfield High School auditorium for the Friday and Saturday show and Thursday's dress rehearsal will be free for anyone who would like to check it out.