Performances

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
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Murder Mystery

March 15, 2014

The Grapes of Death: A Vintage Murder Mystery
Presented by MO Productions

Saturday, March 15, 2014 – 7:00pm-10:00pm, Castle Great Hall
All-Inclusive Reservations: $70/person.   Reservations include a Cash Bar, a Dinner Buffet, Performance and Dessert & Coffee

Journey back to 1942 as we join the Society of Winemakers Interested in Local Levity for their Vintage of the Year awards dinner, hosted by Society President, Anna Nutherplees.  Three local vineyard owners will be competing for the title, including French war refugee, Jean Pierre LaFoote, and the very young new bride of one of the oldest winemakers in the area, Henrietta Hottentotten.  Joining the Who’s Who crowd of celebrities and Society members in attendance are Victoria Lawless, mysterious local nightclub singer, and Cub Reporter, Simon Spade, of the Denver Post, who covers all the Society’s functions.  When a death occurs, Simon fulfills a dream and becomes an unlikely hard-boiled detective to determine what happened and if international espionage is involved.

Due to slight sexual humor, this show is rated PG.

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Antiques Revengeshow

Saturday, October 18, 2014, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., Castle Great Hall
Reservations:  $70/Person, Reservations include a Cash Bar, a Dinner Buffet, Performance, and Dessert & Coffee.

Come attend a special stop of “Antiques Hit the Road,” our spoof of the PBS show that allows people to have their “little treasures” appraised, hosted by Mark Bergwall.  This event is particularly special, as it is being held at Cherokee Ranch and Castle, home of many valuable antiques itself.  But something sinister seems to have brought all these people together in this space.  Is it the objects?  Are they cursed by spirits of the Afterlife, as a mysterious stranger suggests?  Or is it something more corporeal behind the happenings at the Castle?  Can the mystery be solved as people start dropping like flies? Due to slight sexual humor, the show is rated PG.)

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Have a Holly Jolly Murder – A Musical Murder Mystery

Saturday, December 20, 2014, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., Castle Great Hall
Reservations:  $70/Person, Reservations include a Cash Bar, a Dinner Buffet, Performance, and Dessert & Coffee.

It’s an evening for the whole family with music, drama and fun in the holiday spirit!

It’s 1988, and the annual Christmas Pageant is being held for a local Children’s Fund.  Sam Evergreen, the charity’s PR Director is organizing the event; and he has a panel of judges that include Victor Grinch, the Chairman of the Board for the charity.  Competing in the pageant are Timothy Cratchet, a shy young man who yearns to be a star, and Stacie Sugarplum, the prettiest, most popular girl in town who succeeds at everything she does.  A stage mother for another finalist, Gloria Fishbein, is determined to have her son, Herman, win.  The pageant gets underway and the competition is fierce.  But there seems to be more drama offstage than on; and jealousy, unrequited love and other secrets bubble up as the pageant goes on.  When someone mysteriously dies, the group is left to determine whether it was natural causes, an accident, or murder.

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