The Center for Continuing Education at Clayton State University welcomes back Alliance Theatre Acting Program’s Sharon Foote on Friday, May 11. This time, Foote is directing “The Lethal Luau Murder Mystery.”
Here’s the plot for The Lethal Luau Murder Mystery, scheduled for May 11, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., in room 101 of the Harry S. Downs Center on the Clayton State campus. The cost is $39 per person, to register, go to http://conted.clayton.edu/, or call (678) 466-5050.
"It was a sunset luau on a Hawaiian beach to celebrate Chase Diamond's 33rd birthday. Chase, a private eye with his own Maui-based detective agency, was a man willing to take big risks to get results for his clients. Diamond had a reputation for romancing too many ladies at the same time. Chase, in a celebrating mood, raised his glass to toast the friends who had gathered for his party. He took one swallow and immediately fell to the ground... stone dead. It was not just a case of Chase having one too many drinks... his Mai Tai had been spiked with deadly poison. Each of the suspects had something to hide. Each had a motive to kill. Which one of them did it?"
Individuals who fancy themselves a Sherlock Holmes, or just a regular detective, or a clairvoyant, or who just like a good luau, are invited to join Foote for an evening that begins with a murder and climaxes with clues and a dinner buffet.
The dinner for The Lethal Luau Murder Mystery will include Caribbean Shakedown eight-way chicken, BBQ riblets, baked beans, chips, baked potato salad, southern cole slaw, old fashioned chopped salad, watermelon and soft-baked cookies.