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Murder and Stranger Things
a Mystery Farce
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by John Babcock

COMPANY : Agathas: A Taste of Mystery [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Agathas: A Taste of Mystery [WEBSITE]
ID# 5064

SHOWING : April 29, 2017 - August 02, 2017

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

There is something weird going on in the small town of Who Cares, Georgia. Strange, even. A young boy disappeared right after playing the role playing game Castles and Cyclopses! Police are baffled! Parents are worried! And other teens are lethargic. This rash of disappearances has everyone in town troubled.
If these disappearances were not strange enough, whenever concerned citizens of Who Cares begin to ask questions, they end up DEAD! It seems to happen when they suspect the mysterious government funded laboratory nearby. Now, that is strange, is it not? People dying when they voice their suspicions of a government funded lab?


CAST & CREW LIST
Writer/Composer John Babcock
Cast Katie Kneeland
Cast Jamie Moore
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