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“The Butler Did It” by CHS, Nov. 17-18

Socialite, Miss Maple (portrayed by Hannah Williams) is hosting a weekend get away for some of her favorite mystery writers at the isolated estate, Ravenswood Manor. The famous oriental writer, Louie Fan (Evan Williamson) will attend. As will the upper crust from Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle (Jeffrey Jurgens and Alida Welling). Not to be out sleuthed, will be Chandler Marlowe (Markus Priest), Father White (Jimmy Tate) or Peter Flimsey (Joseph Maldonado).

Miss Maple has created a charade and wants them all to play their parts. Somewhere in the fun, a real murder is committed. But who did it? Was it a writer looking for a new angle or could it have been the mansion staff (Jessica Gieger or Ruthie Mann)? And when will mystery writer Charity Haze (Bethany Stiers) arrive?

This is one comical, murder mystery you don’t want to miss! Cloverdale High School will feature the fall play production of “The Butler Did It” on Nov. 17-18 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The cost will be $5 a person.

Drinks and snacks can be purchased during intermission. The play is under the direction of Brad Sandy, with assistance from Jennifer Mann.

Ki Hedge is serving as student director and stage crew members are Kiara Boyd, Levi Barton, Michaela Nees and Grant Maners.

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