How Do You Spell M-U-R-D-E-R? -- Interactive Mystery Set in Cincy
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For anyone who's ever been single during the holidays, there's The 12 Dates of Christmas, a funny and touching one-woman show about being surrounded by Yuletide cheer when you're miserable. When Mary sees her fiancé making out with his co-worker on national TV, she is suddenly cast back into the dating world, where "romance" ranges from the creepy to the absurd. All seems hopeless until the charm and innocence of a five-year-old boy unexpectedly brings a new outlook on life and love. Annie Kalahurka returns in her critically acclaimed performance in this hilarious and modern alternative to typical holiday fare. Learn More
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This was such a great venue for an enjoyable afternoon at the theater on a Sunday afternoon. Suitable for the whole family. The play was great and especially entertaining with plenty of local color and references throughout. The interaction between cast and audience was perfect. They were especially nice to the kids in the audience.
Written and Directed by: Isaac B. Turner
Starring: Nick DeNuzio, David Dreith, Susan Kidd, Douglas Lorenz, Sara A. Maxey and Jesselee Whitson
About the Ticket Supplier: Falcon Theater
Founded in 1989 by Dave Radtke and Ted Weil, Falcon continues to be faithful to its mission of bringing powerful theater to the Greater Cincinnati area. Since their first show, "Beyond Therapy," they have brought high caliber theatrical productions to local audiences. This level of quality is the hallmark of the Greater Cincinnati theater scene.
Falcon first took the stage in the Westwood Town Hall, an historic building that is run by the City of Cincinnati as a recreation and arts center. After 14 years in that venue, they reloctated to the Monmouth Theater right across the river in Newport, Kentucky. They are currently involved in the on-going transformation of this space...turning it into a vibrant home within walking distance of the Newport on the Levee entertainment district.