December 22, 2010
Vol. 26 , No. 06
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Not So Silent Night: A Murder Mystery at the Athenaeum
Murder at Rutherford House by Tom Chiodo and Peter DePietro
Tuesday, December 7 & Wednesday, December 8, 2010
This holiday season, the Athenaeum and ASCMC are pleased to host Under the Lights, CMC’s very own acting troupe, and the group’s performance of Murder at Rutherford House. Athenaeum attendees are welcomed into the manor of Lady Rutherford for a dinner party, quickly becoming a part of the action. Actors mingle with guests and all revel in the merriment of the evening - until there’s a MURDER! It is the guests who question subjects and keep their eyes peeled for clues. The murderer must be stopped!
Suspects include Jennifer Baute ’12, Laila Heid ’14, Javed Jasani ’13, Will Kahn ’12, Zeben Kopchak ’12, Julia Starr ’12, Wade Vaughn ’13, Andie Wheatley ’13, and Steven Zima ’13. Katherine Wernet ’11 directs.
Seating is on a first-come basis.
Use the reservation coupon to sign up and be sure to include your payment and meal card number when turning in your reservation at the Athenaeum office- If you wish to sit with a group, please turn in a list of all names and meal card numbers with your payment. We have tables that seat 8.
CMC students with meal card $15.00 per person
CMC students without meal card $20.00 per person
CMC Faculty and staff (limit two tickets per person) $25.00 per person
Claremont Colleges students with meal card $20.00 per person
Claremont Colleges students without meal card $25.00 per person
Claremont Colleges faculty and staff (limit two tickets per person) $25.00 per person
Community persons $25.00 per person
Each Murder Mystery Dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. following a reception at 5:30 p.m. and concluding around 9:00 p.m.
Where you sit at the dinner is entirely dependent upon when your paid reservation is received. Get a group of friends to sign up to sit together so that you may all have an unforgettable time at the Under the Lights production of Murder at Rutherford House at the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum.