NO DAY AT THE BEACH Plays Street Theatre 5/14

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Murder, music and fun? Sounds like the perfect spring recipe for Street Theatre Company's newest murder mystery musical event - Murder: It's No Day at the Beach - set for Friday and Saturday, May 13 and 14 at Nashville's Tulip Street Methodist Church, 522 Russell Street.

Audiences will find themselves transported to a 1960s island beach party complete with a picnic lunch, a volleyball game and murderous intentions. There are the three popular Phi Beta Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sisters, the wealthy Hughes, and JJ, who just wants to "give peace a chance." They may all make to the island but one won't make it off. Audience members should be prepared for a unique interactive musical murder mystery where following the clues will give you the chance to vote for who they think "dunnit."

Local stage favorites Mike Baum, Ben Gregory, Erica Haines, Laura Thomas Sonn and Heather Trabucco star.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with dinner and show at 7 p.m. Dinner includes barbecued chicken with cole slaw, potato salad, bread, dessert, and iced tea.

Tickets are $20 each. Tables of 10 may be purchased for $180. Sseating is limited. Call (615) 554-7414 or visit www.streettheatrecompany.org for further details..

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Jeffrey Ellis Jeffrey Ellis is a Nashville-based writer, editor and critic, who's been covering the performing arts in Tennessee for more than 25 years. He is the recipient of the Tennessee Theatre Association's Distinguished Service Award for his coverage of theatre in the Volunteer State and was the founding editor/publisher of Stages, the Tennessee Onstage Monthly. He is a past fellow of the National Critics Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center and is the founder/executive producer of The First Night Honors, held during Labor Day Weekend, which honor oustanding theater artists in Tennessee in recognition of their lifetime achievements and includes The First Night Star Awards and the Most Promising Actors. Midwinter's First Night, held the first Sunday in January after New Year's Day, honors outstanding productions and performances throughout the state. Further, Ellis directed the Nashville premiere of La Cage Aux Folles, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and An American Daughter, as well as award-winning productions of Damn Yankees, Company, Gypsy and The Rocky Horror Show, with Ellis honored by The Tennessean as best director of a musical for both Company and Rocky Horror.


 
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