On November 19 a man will die. Seven people had a motive to see him dead, all could have had the means and opportunity and now must defend themselves. He'll die many times again before the play finishes its run. The question you need to figure out is Whodunnit?
LIFELESS IN LAS VEGAS opens November 19 at the Scott Block Theatre's Centennial Stage. Three evening performances and a Sunday matinee will occur. Seats are a very reasonable $15. Tickets may be purchased on this web page or are available from Sue Humphreys at 403 749-2856. While they can also be bought at the door, it is strongly recommended you reserve them ahead of time.
The evening is a dessert theatre complete with café style tables. Desserts and refreshments will be on sale. Curtain will be at eight with seating to start at 7:30. The box office will open at 7:00. The matinee will start seating at 1:30 with curtain at 2 and the box office will open at one. The show is approximately two hours long.
The centennial stage is an intimate space with a very limited number of seats. Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
Entry to the theatre is at the rear of the building off the alleyway (see map).
at the Scott Block Centennial Stage
Thursday November 19 Curtain at 8 pm
Friday November 20 Curtain at 8 pm
Saturday November 21 Curtain at 8 pm
Sunday November 22 Curtain at 2 pm
at the Springbrook Multiplex
Saturday December 5 Curtain at 8 pm
Tickets Only $15
Cast & Crew
Directed by Albert Azzara
Produced by Sue Humphreys
Lawrence Hobbs as Chuck Mavery
Albert Azzara as Detective Inspector Cooper
Holly Pettitt as Katie Morgan
Glynn Humphreys as Tony Bonello
Hannah Humphreys as Cookie Daniels
David Weiss as Dr. John Prescott
Jennie Beal as Brigitte Damien
Lionel Lustgarten as Nick Lucopoulos
Lorraine Stuart as Clara Smith
Amanda Prinse as Waitress/Sgt Price