ANNOUNCING OUR NEXT SHOW
"KEN" returns December 29-January 7!
The Savannah Community Theatre presents an original script
- Based on a short story by Arnold Sundgaard
- Produced by Stratton Leopold
- Directed and adapted for the stage by Tom Coleman, III
“KEN” played to sold out audiences during its first run in July. We turned away so many people we have decided to present the show again! Now “Ken” has been re-worked and re-written prior to an engagement in Florida and Connecticut. Get your tickets beginning November 1st at showclix.com
Thursday-Friday, December 29-30, 7:30 PM
Saturday, December 31, 3:00 PM
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, January 5-6-7, 7:30 PM
Saturday, January 7, 3:00 PM
$15 online in advance
$20 at the door
Go to showclix.com
Muse Arts Warehouse, 703 Old Louisville Road, Savannah, GA
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Produced by Stratton Leopold, KEN is based on a short story of the same name by Arnold Sundgaard which was published in The New Yorker Magazine in 1959. The show is produced by Stratton Leopold and adapted for the stage by Tom Coleman, III. KEN is based on the true account of a nightmarish train ride which the story writer took in 1933 while he was a student at the Yale Department of Drama. When a fellow student dies, he is elected - under pressure - to take the casket containing the boy’s body back to his parents’ home in Portland, Oregon. The story centers around his trip, the funeral that follows and the events that changed his life.
The Savannah Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
- There are no current performances.
Our outstanding past productions include Who Wants To Kill A Millionaire?, Marriage Can be Murder and Murder Ahoy
We can accommodate groups of ANY size in ANY location. For more information about booking a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre for your convention, meeting or group event, please call (912) 247-4644 now.
As seen on the Travel Channel's "Weekends with Samantha Brown"!
Our wacky whodunit will keep you laughing and guessing as you enjoy a delicious dinner. Call (912) 247-4644 for reservations.
Read the Savannah Morning News article about our previous show "Who Wants To Kill A Millionaire?"
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