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A Party to Murder By Marcia Kash & Douglas E. Hughes

Directed by Kent R. Brown

May 5–21, 2016 Thurs. – Sat. 8pm Sun. 3pm

“It’s all fun and games until…”

“Enough to turn Dame Agatha green with envy.” -The Oxford Press “Rather stunning.” -The Cincinnati Post

Tickets for A Party to Murder are $30, $25, and $10. Student rush tickets may be available 30 minutes prior to show time for $15 with school ID (based on availability), one ticket per ID.

Shows are on stage Thursday through Sunday, and all seats are reserved. You can reach the box office at 864-233-6733 or visit us online at www.centrestage.org.

A Party to Murder is sponsored in part by Dixon Hughes Goodman.

Get your thrills and chills at Centre Stage with our spine-tingling ‘who-done-it’ A Party to Murder, on

stage May 5 – 21, 2016! It’s Halloween, and six invitations have been accepted to play a clandestine

murder mystery game inside a rustic cottage on a remote island. The fun and games become sinister as

secret passageways, incriminating letters, hidden compartments, stashed bodies and a twenty-five-year

old unsolved mystery converge, twisting and turning toward an unexpected and terrifying conclusion.

Bruce Meahl as ‘Konrad/Charles’ Simon Crowe as ‘Ernie/Willy’ Chelsea Atkins as ‘Evelyn/McKenzie’

Cindy Thompson as ‘Mrs. Knight/Valerie’ Jennifer Alynn-Perri as ‘O’Karma/Henri’
Rod McClendon as ‘Father Gerry Merryweather/Elwood’

The box office can be reached at (864) 233-6733 on Tuesdays – Fridays from 2-6 p.m. and two hours before performances. Tickets and additional information are available online at www.centrestage.org.

Our Fringe Series production of Second Chance will run concurrently with A Party to Murder and will play on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, May 10, 11, 17, 18 at 7pm. All performances are $15, $10.

Second Chance: How far would you go for love? Six weeks after the death of his wife, a man is visited by two mysterious beings who give him the chance to trade places with his wife and sacrifice his life for hers. Does he change the past?



The art of Yvonne Arrowood will be on display April 29–May 31, 2016, Tuesday through Friday from 2-6 p.m. The exhibit is presented in cooperation with the Metropolitan Arts Council. This partnership is sponsored by South State Bank.

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