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The Curse of the Trompeuse Treasure-JUNE 10 SOLD OUT

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! NEXT WHODUNNIT WILL BE ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 18th, 6 p.m.

Ahoy Mateys, our June 9th and June 10th events are SOLD OUT, Next Whodunnit event is Saturday, August 18th, 6 p.m. This weekend's events are a Pirate Theme, "The Curse of the Trompeuse Treasure."  This is another event in our "Pistarckle After Dark" series. The March 2018 Whodunnit Murder Mystery Night event sold out well beforehand. Only 60 tickets will be sold for this additional performance. Arrr! Get on the VIP ticket holder list before they sell out again! Only $15 pp (18+ or older) includes first drink for free, light snacks, prizes galore, and lots of entertaining and interactive fun for the evening. Buy a reserved table of 8, get a 10% discount, to boot! Cash Bar available throughout the evening. 

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 There are accounts that La Trompeuse sank with a large cache of silver. To this day, neither the wrecks of the Trompeuse or the Trinity have been confirmed to be found.

There are accounts that La Trompeuse sank with a large cache of silver. To this day, neither the wrecks of the Trompeuse or the Trinity have been confirmed to be found.

 This event is NYC Director Julie Baber's St. Thomas directing debut.  From Paul Zimet's (Artistic Director of The Talking Band, recipient of three OBIEs for his work with the Open Theatre) critique on Baber's direction of The House of Bernarda Alba:  "Under Julie's sure direction, the production reveals the classical purity of the play's movement. It made me appreciate anew Lorca's genius."

This event is NYC Director Julie Baber's St. Thomas directing debut.

From Paul Zimet's (Artistic Director of The Talking Band, recipient of three OBIEs for his work with the Open Theatre) critique on Baber's direction of The House of Bernarda Alba:

"Under Julie's sure direction, the production reveals the classical purity of the play's movement. It made me appreciate anew Lorca's genius."

Earlier Event: May 10
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