Bury Me in Paris opens March 25
Master Mystery Productions and My Enchanted Cottage and Tea Room are teaming up for the third time to bring audiences a new interactive mystery and art show set in the glamorous world of 1920s Paris.
“At a glitzy party celebrating the sale of the iconic Madame Mustache painting, Chantal, the grandest of all the muses in Montparnasse, arrives with a letter threatening her life,” said playwright Daniel Stallings.
“Someone in her fabulous inner circle wants her dead. Could it be the painter she’s supported his entire career? Or the very wealthy flapper heiress who is her rival in love? What about the world-wise writer, the jovial jazz musician, or the young outsider to this bohemian wonderland? Before the ice in the champagne bucket melts, someone will be buried in Paris for good, and living the bohemian life will become a very difficult occupation.”
Starring Skeleton Key Winner Lena Pokol (Goodbye Hollywood, Goodbye Hollywood: At the Rainbow’s End), Stallings, Katie Cozine, Devanne Fredette (The Last Garden Party), Cat Kusznir, Skeleton Key Winner Monica Lorenz (The Last Garden Party), and Darren Hoyt, Bury Me in Paris, will allow audiences to dress up in their flapper finest and solve the mystery themselves.
The show premieres Saturday, March 25, with additional performances on Friday, March 31, Saturday, April 1, and Saturday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at My Enchanted Cottage and Tea Room.
The show will feature an art show of local artist Marcela Everitt’s original work, a wine and beer bar available for purchase, tea, and delicate desserts prepared by My Enchanted Cottage. Tickets are $25 each, which buys tea, desserts, access to the bar and art show, and a seat at the show. Tickets are sold at squareup.com/store/my-enchanted-cottage. For more information, contact My Enchanted Cottage at 760-264-4141 or follow Master Mystery Productions on Facebook.
Pictured: Lena Pokol as “Chantal”Story First Published: 2017-03-17