Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP An Immersive Mystery Extended To 3/25

Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP An Immersive Mystery Extended To 3/25Experience Theatre Project, Beaverton's resident professional theatre company, is extending its run of its fully immersive production of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap at the Cady Building in historic downtown Beaverton, located at 12604 SW Farmington Road. The play opened February 16, will now extend its run through March 25. Tickets $29-$42 for purchase at ETP's website at Due to the intimate nature of this immersive show, only 35 tickets will be available per show. Shows run Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm.

The longest running play in history gets an amazing twist by ETP's founding Artistic Director Alisa Stewart by immersing the audience within the setting of the play. Audience members become visitors of Monkswell Manor House, sitting only inches from the action in the Great Hall of the old manor. The Cady Building is Experience Theatre Project's first indoor immersive production, and Stewart could not be more excited about moving from the noisy, outdoor Beaverton Round to an indoor space.

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The Mousetrap features Carlyn Blount as Mollie Ralston, Nick D'ellatori as Giles Ralston, Murren Kennedy as Chrisopher Wren, Amber Bogdewiecz as Miss Casewell, Brian Reed as Mr. Paravicini, Steve Garrison as Major Metcalf, Janice Moss as Mrs. Boyle, and James Luster as Detective Trotter. Seattle Immersive Theatre's Amy Baldwin is both costume designer and "immersion adviser" for the production.

ETP's next show is a female-empowered Taming of the Shrew, directed by Sara Fay Goldman. Dates of the show are July 13 through August 4 and will take place at different locations in and around Beaverton.

Experience Theatre Project: ETP's motto is "Innovation, Immersion, & Imagination." ETP is dedicated to bringing high quality, immersive performing arts to Beaverton in non-traditional theater settings. From Shakespeare to new devised works, Experience Theatre Project is evolving theater as we know it. We're three years old and quietly building a theater series for a whole new generation of theater goers. This ain't your grandma's theater company. Experience the difference.

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