This Weekend At Tri-PAC: Fun, Frivolity, Even Murder!

Who dunnit? Maybe all of them. Maybe none. Find out this weekend

POTTSTOWN PA – Who killed Chester Basil?

Find out during an interactive comedy, “Murder Mystery Party,” being staged this weekend only at the Tri-County Performing Arts Center (Tri-PAC), 245 High St., Pottstown. Performances are scheduled for Saturday (Sept. 17) at 8 p.m. and Sunday (Sept. 18) at 3 p.m. The festivities include a pre-show wine and cheese party, and a dessert buffet during intermission, according to theater spokeswoman Betsy Chapman.

Audience members, she adds, “are cordially invited to the home of Chester Basil for a murder mystery whodunit.” They’ll meet a sarcastic gumshoe and his mentally meandering sidekick who investigate the untimely death of a famous dental floss magnate. Is the perpetrator a comely yoga instructor, the muscleman chef, the loyal maid, or the wife who stands to inherit millions? Or (gasp!) did the butler do it?

The show is written by Pottstown resident Porter Eidam III, and directed by Royersford resident Joe Ciresi, who last seen at Tri-PAC as Captain Hook in “Peter Pan.”

Tickets are available online, here, and also will be sold at the door if seats remain. Adults and seniors cost $32; students and children, $24. There are discounts for groups of 10 or more. Those who book tickets online can reserve seating in advance. For more information, call the theater at 610-970-1199.

Photo from Tri-PAC