CHS winter drama show killer good

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.