“Stranger in the Attic” for one night only on May 31
STURBRIDGE — Old Sturbridge Village is proud to welcome Gateway Players to its stage with an exciting dinner theater experience.
On May 31, enjoy dinner and the production of “Stranger in the Attic.” Dinner and show tickets are $40. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. The menu is a BBQ with Chicken Thighs, Brisket, & Pulled Pork. Mac and Cheese, Roasted Potatoes & Vegetable Medley. With Strawberry Shortcake for Dessert. Show only tickets are $20. The show begins at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are available by calling Kim Dolan at 508-347-0397.
Gateway Players Theatre presents “Stranger in the Attic” by John Kaasik, directed by Lynn Boucher. The cast includes Billy Bolster, Lou-Ellen Corkum, Ed Humphries, Steven Jean, Joni Metras and John Turpin. Chris McTigue is the stage manager and Barbara Day is producer.
Set in the country home of freelance writer Brian Hollander and his wife Dana, their quiet life is unexpectedly upset by the arrival of a stranger named Kendrick, who is offering an exclusive story to Brian about a murder that has not happened yet! Brian pursues discussions of the story with Kendrick, and meets his neighbors Douglas and Margaret Brendan who tell Brian and Dana a disturbing story about a stranger who may be stalking them. Detective Hal Nelson comes into the play to try and unravel these interlocking stories and prevent a murder from happening. The dinner theater at Old Sturbridge Village proceeds benefit the Gateway to the Future Fund.