CHS winter drama show killer good


Courtesy of CHS Drama Facebook page

Krystal Barber, News Assistant

The Clarkston High School drama department’s latest show, Murdered to Death, opened Feb 7. It will run at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7-9 and 14-16 in the CHS auditorium.

The show is a comedic whodunnit spoof of an Agatha Christie mystery. Set in a country manor house in the 1930s, the homeowner, played by Dena Smock, is murdered. A well-to-do local detective, played by Ellianna Roehrborn, works against all odds to solve the case. It quickly becomes clear that the murderer isn’t yet finished with their work.

The cast includes a scholarly butler, played by Josh Campbell-Ball, a shady French art dealer, played by Jason Tomberlin, and an inept police officer, played by Michael St. Marie.

The show is bound to be a hilarious spectacle for people of all ages.