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Murder-mystery to unfold at McMath

R.A. McMath Secondary drama students are preparing to mount the play 13 Past Midnight. - Marni Weinstein photo
R.A. McMath Secondary drama students are preparing to mount the play 13 Past Midnight.
— image credit: Marni Weinstein photo

R.A. McMath Secondary drama students are preparing to mount the play 13 Past Midnight.

In this murder-mystery by Billy St. John, Victor Winslow, a powerful soap opera producer, invites his cast and crew over to his Beverly Hills mansion to play a board game he invented. But the evening doesn’t go as planned. Full of comedic twists and hilarious moments, the play is suitable for all ages.

The show runs from Feb. 25 to March 1 at 7 p.m. in the school’s theatre. For tickets, contact Annie Rough at arough@sd38.bc.ca. Tickets are also available at the door.

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