Murder in the Knife Room

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It’s that time of year again!  Time to join your Hanover-Horton Theatre Company for one of the best forms of entertainment – and one of the cheapest!  Come to see their winter production of Murder in the Knife Room.  This is a wonderfully funny murder mystery parody that is sure to keep you laughing!

One murder, twenty suspects. Who killed Mysterious Host (Misia Toczek)? Could it be Respected General (Ryan Harrold)? What about Wealthy Dowager (Annaka Saari)? Or maybe it was Santa Claus (Cameron Sherman). Hollywood suspects abound as well.  Maybe Boy Band Reject (Landon Melling) got together with the Brainless Model (Hadley Johnson) and the Floozy (Meghan Abbee) to murder Host.  Or maybe Washed-up Actress (Madison Carter)or Struggling Stand-up Comic (Shelby Sumner), were looking for new material for the stage.  Don’t forget the obvious choices – Serial Killer (Kaelee Moats) and the Intimidating Mobster (Gavin Shuff).  Possibly it was some of the other shady characters – Spooky Pirate (Alex Stovall), Dirty Hippie (Keeley Soots),Sketchy Foreigner (Breanna Maher), or Plastic Politician (Katie Powers).   You wouldn’t think that Pompous Millionaire (Mitchell Schuette), Southern Belle (Sydney Davis-Green), Bearded Scholar (Louie Jeffries) or Decrepit Invalid (Autumn McCrum) had anything to do with a violent stabbing, but stranger things have happened.  It’s more likely that the hot-headed Reckless Cowgirl (Julia Mazerov) or the desperate Die-Hard Wolverines Fan (Taylor Johnivan) committed the murder.  The mystery unfolds as Inexplicably Omniscient Inspector (Abby Goodnough) takes on the most thrilling and baffling murder case in the history of thrilling and baffling murder cases.  With the help of five very talented re-enactment players (Bridger Gibbs, Paige Mossolle, Tyla Rhode, Zach Abbee, and Hannah Cain) and a re-enacted host (Jenna Maddex) this mystery is sure to be solved!

Wednesday, December 3 and Thursday, December 4 are the nights to mark on your calendar!  The curtain will rise at 7:00.  Ticket prices are $3.00 for students and $5.00 for adults.  We hope to see you there.

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