Now on stage: the hilarious whodunit "Ken Ludwig's The Game's Afoot; Or Holmes for the Holidays." It's "The Hollow" meets "Blithe Spirit"!

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“The Game’s Afoot”

This hilarious whodunit may best be described as Blithe Spirit meets The Hollow … with glittering 1930s flair! Set during the Christmas holidays in 1936, the comedy takes us into the Connecticut castle of Broadway star William Gillette, widely renowned for his stage turns as Sherlock Holmes. The weekend party is all fun and games until one of the guests gets murdered, and Gillette realizes he’ll have to play Sherlock for real.

Masks are recommended at most performances and required indoors on Dec. 2, 3 and 14. 

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Holiday concerts

On our stage Dec. 3 and 10: Ren Geisick’s ninth annual “Ren’s Winter Wonderland” concerts! Popular jazz, blues and Americana singer Ren Geisick brings her band back to our stage for two evenings of holiday favorites and original tunes. Special guests include the dynamic vocalist and jazz-soul songwriter Amy D.

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