It's Murder Mystery Time At The Eagles
Two March 16 Performances Of 'The Irish Play: Kiss Of Death'
March 14, 2019
Just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day without a minute to spare, Friends of the Kimball Library will host their Fifth annual Murder Mystery event, “The Irish Play: Kiss of Death,” this Saturday, March 16, at the Eagles.
Because of high demand for tickets in past years, there will be two performances – a matinee from 2-4 p.m. and an evening show from 6-8.
The ghost of a dead king, a vain queen and a leprechaun walk into a bar. Actually, it’s not a bar but the Eagles Lodge in Kimball. Only three of the many characters that will be on hand this Saturday.
Bushnell local Deb Carpenter-Nolting, with the help of her sister Julie Watts of Chadron, are the proud writers of the play.
“Julie has attended several mystery dinner theaters, so she had a lot of great ideas. Julie and her husband Mike will be preforming in the matinee as Queen Vanity and the ghost of King Jameson,” Carpenter-Nolting said.
“We wrote the script with audience participation in mind,” she said. “The audience will help provide alibis for various characters. The writing has been a little tricky because the ending is different in each performance!”
Tickets to the matinee show will include a dessert, while tickets to the evening show will include a baked potato bar salad and a dessert.
For more information or tickets for “The Irish Play: Kiss of Death,” contact Kimball Public Library at 308-235-4523.