STC’s Murder Mystery Dinner: Sugar & Vice
NOTE: This is event has been postponed due to precautions taken due to COVID-19. Please check back in the future for information on rescheduling. Thank you for supporting STC and the arts in the Springfield community.
All tickets are $35 – includes dinner and the show. Cash Bar Available. PLEASE CALL (217) 523-2787 WHEN ORDERING YOUR TICKETS IF YOU HAVE ANY DIETARY RESTRICTIONS.
Tickets MUST be ordered by the Wednesday before the performance. Seats are first come, first served.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Directed by Kim Shafer
The year is 1888 and in the house of a prosperous sweet manufacturer something stirs. The stirring is done by the Cook, Mrs Enid Baggins, who is putting the final touches to the secret recipe for the Davenport Dreadnought Drops. Sales of this new product are expected to enhance the fortunes of the Davenport family. But Mrs Baggins is found drowned in her own concoction and foul play is suspected. Can Inspector Pratt solve the case and get back to investigating a string of murders in Whitechapel? Can Miss Fry help, or is she just a nuisance? Can the audience unwrap the case of sugar and vice?
Inspector Arthur Pratt of Scotland Yard – Tanner Stephens
Millie Fry one of those new-fangled lady reporters – Katharine Baumann
Great Aunt Edna Rowntree the family matriarch – Shirley McConnaughay
Miss Treadwell Edna’s paid companion – Sydney Weber
Rolo Davenport the confectioner – Andrew Rains
Delphinia Davenport his daughter – Virginia Ferguson
Willie Mackintosh a sweet delivery boy – Graham Kinley
Frobisher Davenport’s butler – Danny Lee
Lord St John Snearing Delphinia’s suitor – Adam Perschbacher
Austere Brickwall – Tammy Guthrie