Fountain Hills Theater stages murder-mystery farce

Fountain Hills Theater announces the opening of the comedy mystery, “Any Number Can Die.”

Fountain Hills Theater

Starring in “Any Number Can Die” are, from left, Richard Wells, Andrea McFeely, Roger Prenger and Donna Georgette.

A hilarious take-off on the mystery plays of the 1920s, “Any Number Can Die” is complete with sliding panels, robed figures, wills being read at midnight, etc.
Four ingenious murders take place in an island mansion as a pair of elderly detectives set to work on their first case.

The ever popular storm, the unexpected guests, the cryptic poem, and the missing fortune all add to the intricate and inventive mystery off which the laughs bounce.

“Any Number Can Die” is produced by Allison Hacker and directed by Peter J. Hill. The show stars Robert Andrews, Katie Barnett, Bryan Cameron, Heidi Carpenter, Bob Feugate, Donna Georgette, Andrea McFeely, Hal Morgan, Roger Prenger and Richard Wells

“Any Number Can Die” will play Oct 16-Nov. 1. Performances are 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays.

A reception will be held on opening night for all those attending that evening, featuring free appetizers, wine and soft drinks.

Individual tickets are $28 for adults and $25 for children 17 and under. Seniors receive a $5 discount on all Thursday performances. Group rates and student rush discounts are available.

“Any Number Can Die” is presented through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

All performances are at Fountain Hills Theater on its Mainstage at 11445 N. Saguaro Blvd.

Tickets are available through the Theater Box Office at 480-837-9661, Ext. 3.
Box Office Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Visit www.fhtaz.org.

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