The Union County Playmakers take over THV for another dinner theater experience!
The Moody Express was one of the marvels of 1937. The new streamlined train attracted a passenger list of the rich and famous who took the journey between Hamlet and Monroe for the healing waters of Lake Tonawanda. On this journey, someone made a permanent alteration to train designer Montgomery Moody’s career. He was found dead! Which one of the illustrious passengers did it? You decide!
Who Killed Montgomery Moody?
Montgomery Moody is found dead in his plush presidential train car. Join the Union County Playmakers at Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe on Thursday, Oct. 12 for this Mystery “Picnic’ Theater, directed by Joe McCourt, and help us solve the crime!
Ticket holders may show up at 6 p.m. to socialize, enjoy the Treehouse Vineyards’ wines, and your picnics. The show begins around 7 p.m. when the international cast of murder suspects make their entrance.
Tickets are $20. You may purchase them online at unioncountyplaymakers.org and reserve your table at that time. Treehouse Vineyards is at 301 Bay Street, Monroe. Performance space is a covered outdoor pavilion with tables for eight, six, four, or two. Dress for open-air comfort, rain or shine.
For more information, call 704 238-3394.
*Per company policy, outside alcohol is not allowed on the premises. A THV staff member may check coolers brought onsite. Due to health concerns, please request information on designated “Smoking” areas upon arrival.