Starting Thursday evening and running until Saturday, Nov. 30, Bishop’s College School drama class, taught by Miranda McGie, will be present unique dinner theatre style play Café Murder. Written by Nathan Hartswick, the production includes students of all ages and levels of experience to the stage, providing an interactive experience for the audience. Café Murder has been in the works for around two months now and the students are preparing to put on quite a show. The story follows a girl named Rosemary who goes missing while at a restaurant. If you’re someone who likes to solve mysteries, selected audience members will be invited to join the cast and take a seat at one of four dinner tables set up on stage. If you’re one of these lucky audience members, you will be served a meal while trying to figure out who was responsible for Rosemary’s death. See full story in the Thursday, Nov. 28 edition of The Record.
By Taylor McClure, Special to The Record