June 19, 2012. Chief Redfeather, aka John Winkler, is a Native American of the Apache Tribe. Once a mighty warrior, Redfeather wears his war paint as a reminder of his former status. He’s usually seen in typical Apache attire and carries a peace pipe. The Chief finds himself on the list of suspects because he is a frequent guest at the annual Barn Party Barbeque. Could Chief Redfeather be mixed up in this untimely death?
Michelle Novacek appears as Chief Redfeather’s daughter, Poccamahinee. She is an Apache beauty who wears her hair in side braids, and is also known to wear short fringed skirts and moccasins. Recently Poccamahinee has taken a job at The Double D Ranch. She is seen in the bunkhouse on the day ranch owner Dray Duncan was found murdered. What could be her motive for committing murder?
Death at the Double D Ranch is an interactive dinner theatre presented by the committee for the 35th Annual Blowing Rock Hospital Benefit and Luncheon. The show takes place at Tweetsie Railroad on June 28 at 6:30 pm. All proceeds will benefit the new medical facility being developed in the Blowing Rock community. Tickets are $90 per person and include dinner, drinks, and the show. Tickets can be purchased by contacting Megan Lynch Ellis at 828-262-9564 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Act now. Do not miss this exciting evening. A full house is expected.
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