Hilarious whodunit Haven’t Got A Clue is set to take the stage just in time for Valentine’s Day

 The Côte Saint-Luc Dramatic Society presents the hilarious whodunit, Haven’t Got A Clue, from February 12 to 15, 2015 at the Harold Greenspon Auditorium, 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

“The show will be a great Valentine’s Day surprise for your significant other,” said show producer, Councillor Mitchell Brownstein. “Do something different this year and watch this very funny story, which takes place in Connecticut in 1954.” 

Tickets available at the Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library, the Aquatic and Community Centre or at www.CSLDramaticSociety.com. Tickets are $23, or $20 for students and seniors.

Artistic Director, Anisa Cameron, has assembled a stellar cast of 25 professional and community actors who will bring the play to life in the Harold Greenspon Auditorium. 

“I think people will really enjoy Haven’t Got A Clue,” Cameron said. “It’s so funny and our cast is so spectacular, it’s going to be a memorable time at the theatre for all. I am particularly excited to see how the audience participation in determining the end plays out. It seems like such a fun way to enhance the performer/audience relationship.”

The audience will be asked to decide the fate of the show at each performance, choosing from three different endings.

Haven’t Got a Clue is a murder mystery that takes place at Covington Manor in Connecticut in 1954. McCarthyism is at its height and the country is terrified of Communism and the threat of nuclear war. Theodore Covington, a well-known war profiteer, has died under mysterious circumstances and a whole host of shady characters with motives galore have shown up at the manor to hear the reading of Theodore’s will just as Tropical Storm Francine has been upgraded to a full-blown hurricane. The guests must batten down the hatches with a murderer in the midst. As suspects emerge and victims begin to drop like flies, it’s up to the audience to determine the outcome of this fast-paced, hilarious whodunit.

“Murder is most definitely a laughing matter in this treacherous tale that weaves double-crossing, revenge, crimes of passion, dark secrets and government conspiracy into a fast-paced, laugh out loud, irreverent take on the murder mystery genre,” Cameron said.

For more information, e-mail csldramaticsociety@gmail.com or call 514-485-6800 x2024.

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