Penn Manor Productions will present the murder-mystery comedy “The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens” Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21 and 22, in the Penn Manor High School auditorium.
The play will begin at 7:30 p.m. both nights. Advanced-sale tickets are $5 for senior citizens and students and $7 for adults, and all seats are reserved. Tickets will be available at the door for an additional $1.
The play, written by Billy St. John, brings the audience into the fun to help solve the mystery of who killed wealthy business tycoon Edward Worthington II.
Was it his attractive wife, her playboy brother, the victim’s shady lawyer or his uptight business manager? Or maybe the butler really DID do it?
It seems as if everyone is a suspect in this interactive audience-participation show.
The cast includes Alex Davis, Dani Shaub, Paul Harrold, Alyssa Crook, Lauren Elledge, Maria Vargas, Parker Brown, Abby Geiger, Skyla Taglieri, Bill Dempsey, Alex Patterson, Madison Beatty, Jules Leddy and Kayla Enck.
Tickets may be purchased from any student cast member or via the theater web site, http://blogs.pennmanor.net/mmintzer/penn-manor-productions/fall-play/