Everyone loves a good murder mystery, especially when you get to participate. “Reunited For Murder” is slated for Saturday, April 6, at 8 pm. at North Bend State Park. Two dinners are set, the first for 6 pm and the second to follow at 7 pm.
Each package includes a full dinner buffet featuring a prime rib carving station, several entrees, salad bar and plenty of sides. Enjoy the decadent dessert bar after the performance. Begin your morning with a full and hot breakfast buffet, all included in your package price.
Two overnight packages are available, the first is $131.48 for one person with one nights lodging, dinner, play, dessert bar and breakfast included. The second for $185 covers two people with one nights lodging, dinner, play, dessert bar and breakfast.
Dinner and play packages cost $100 per couple and $50 per individual.
“Reunited For Murder,” written by Karen Vuranch and performed by her Concord University theatre class, sets the stage for the last graduating class from Pole Creek High School, home of the Polecats. The class is celebrating it’s 10-year reunion. But since the school was a small and rural country school, this reunion is open to everyone who ever was associated with Pole Creek High.
The reunion will feature a special guest speaker, former English teacher, Miss Irma Prunesky, who will be honored with the award of “The Teacher Who Stayed Alive the Longest.” She was a tough teacher, who continues to find fault with everyone she encounters, earning the nickname “Ol’ Pruneface,” a name bestowed upon her by her former students.
However, this reunion does not have a happy ending, as someone is not making the grade and murder is on the agenda. Join us to solve the mystery, while showing your school spirit by wearing Pole Creek High School colors: red, black and white and chanting that memorable football cheer… “I stink, you stink, we are the Polecats!”
Reservations may be made by calling 304.643.2931 or 1-800-CALL-WVA and ask for North Bend or visit www.northbendsp.com.