Collaborative Theatre Project Presenting 2024 Season with “Murder on the Orient Express”

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Our 2024 Season Is About to Begin…With Murder!

The Orient Express route travels from Paris across Europe through Strasbourg, Munich, Vienna, Budapest, and Bucharest before arriving in Istanbul…and you are cordially invited to travel with Belgian Detective Hercule Poirot. After boarding the train, you may find yourself immersed in a murder mystery…

From the novel by Agatha Christie comes the Ken Ludwig adaptation of

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS

Directed by Michael Jenkinson

Featuring Russell Lloyd,*  Jeff McCamish, Alissa Barry, Cole Song, Nick Walker, Presila Quinby,*  Suzanne Seiber, Lyndsay Nashington, Kelley Ryan Vincent and Elliot Anderson.

It’s a wild and wonderful way to begin 2024 and we hope you will join us. A low priced preview is scheduled for Thursday, January 25 and the formal opening night gala, with treats and a costume contest is Friday, January 26.

That’s right — a costume contest (and you don’t HAVE to enter to enjoy the excitement and fun of Opening Night).

The Show is set in the 1930’s and if you are so inclined to come in costume from the time period or as one of the characters, we have a prize for that!

Performances are scheduled for Thursday & Friday Evenings at 7:30

Matinees are scheduled for Saturday & Sunday at 1:30

Individual and Season Tickets are available through the link below

As always, we have an incredible artist installation in our entry gallery. The artist for Murder on the Orient Express is

Judy Richardson

Judy Richardson is a life long Oregon resident. After retiring from a career in education, she began to hone her talent as a painter.She uses her brushes and pastels to capture the vitality that light lends to a form. Whether painting figures, landscape or still life subjects, she uses the brush, pastel or pencil to capture a moment or an expression and develop its essence. Judy paints in oil and pastels. She has achieved Signature member of Pastel Artists of America and Master Circle Status in International Association of Pastel Societies.

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