Charlotte Murder Mystery Company returns to The Historic Sharpe House for one performance of “Death Plays a Role”. Friday March 15, 2019 at 7pm at The Historic Sharpe House.
“DEATH PLAYS A ROLE”
Eileen Sullivan, the Irish actress, whose fame extends to both sides of the Atlantic ocean, was the star attraction at the Killarney Lake Theatre last night in the premiere performance of Pader O’Connor’s new play, Death Be Not Pretentious Yet, as Sullivan was acting out the scene that would make this play one for the ages, she suddenly grabbed at her throat and fell to the stage. She was dead. Now, who could aspire to take her place and be recognized as one of the ten greatest living actresses in the British Isles?
Become and investigator and help the Detective and the Charlotte Murder Mystery Company figure out “Who Dunnit?”
Garden Salad of fresh mixed greens and vegetables serves as your appetizer to begin your dinner.
Choose your entree: Guiness Beef Stew, a delicious Irish recipe for Beef Tips stewed in delicious aromatic spices. Irish Baked Chicken, another Irish inspiered recipe and blend of spices. Baked filet of Salmon with a Lemon Tarragon Sauce. Vegetarian entree, a plate of a variety of delicious vegetables from our sides along with eggplant Parmesan.
Sides for all of the above entrees: Creamed Irish Peas, Mashed Potatoes and Fried Cabbage.
Dessert: Lime Charlotte Russe, a tangy and slightly green finish to your meal, an Old Victorian Favorite!
Dinner Tickets include all of the above and the show for $45 (plus EventBrite Fees).
WIne service to accompany your menu selection, as well as a sparkling wine with the dessert course; click on your entree choice “with Wine” Additional $10
We will begin the evening at the Sharpe House with Dinner and the performance taking place next door at The Statesville Civic Center.