‘Foul Play’ opens July 20

‘Foul Play’ opens July 20Master Mystery Productions and Red Rock Books are joining forces to create a life-sized interactive mystery board game called “Foul Play.”

Performances will be held Saturdays from July 20 through Aug. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Red Rock Books.

“Inspired by the classic board game “Clue,” guests are invited to attend a sinister costume party where seven colorful suspects are attending at the request of a mysterious host named King,” said Daniel Stallings, the creative driver of the production. “But each of the guest hides a lethal secret they would rather keep buried. When their enigmatic host is murdered and more secrets emerge, it becomes clear that in this game of cat-and-mouse, someone isn’t playing fair.”

The production merges elements of theater, board games and scavenger hunts, and stars Cat Kreidt, Jon Lewis, Calvin Johnson, Nathan Murphy, Felicity Browne, Lexi Phillips, Leslie Blake, Jonathan Blair, Hope Thoms and Tiffany Cheney.

Guests will get to interrogate the suspects, spin for additional clues, enjoy themed treats, and solve a mystery that contains two different solutions, a different one each performance.

Patrons are also welcome to dress as their favorite Clue character for the show.

Tickets are $15 general admission and $10 for kids younger than 10, seniors, military, and past MMP members.

“We advise our guests that this is not a meal-based event and to wear comfortable shoes because there will be lots of exploring, eavesdropping, and searching the whole store for clues.”

For more information, visit mastermysteryproductions.com or Master Mystery Productions on Facebook.

Pictured: Pictured are (front) Felicity Browne as Ivy Greenway, Leslie Blake as Heather Violette, Cat Kreidt as Dahlia Rosewood, and Lexi Phillips as Iris Royale, (back) Calvin Johnson as Rusty Clementine, Nathan Murphy as Sonny Goldstein, Tiffany Cheney as a maid, Jonathan Blair as the Butler, Hope Thoms as a maid, Jon Lewis as Dr. Jasper Redmond in Master Mystery’ Production’s “Foul Play.” - Courtesy photo

Story First Published: 2019-07-19