The Boulder City History & Arts Foundation is giving us a fun, sort of different kind of live inter-active play!
Tickets are on sale now for this presentation of an actual Boulder City murder that happened way back when, and according to their literature, we – the audience – get to be part of the process!
Show times are every half hour, from 2pm – 5:30pm on both Saturday, April 27th and Sunday, April 28th outside at the Reflections Center Park (300 Railroad Avenue) next to the Historic Water Filtration Plant. (The show itself lasts 1 hour.)
A few highlights:
- You and detective Romano will interview several witnesses and suspects in the murder of George F Nusser.
- Boulder City’s first Murder will be solved by you!
- Learn some cool Boulder City history as you solve the murder.
- We encourage you to dress up in 1930’s or 40’s style for fun. (Not Required!)
Free smoothies and soft drinks will be served.
Tickets are only $10 and are on sale at the Chamber of Commerce (465 Nevada Way). This sounds like a great, creative event, and we’ll hope to see you all there!