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'Murder at the Depot' on tap for Saturday
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May 27, 2014 01:25 PM | 2357 views | 0 0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Staff / Katherine Frye. David Burt of the Hapeville Arts Alliance checks Academy Theatre Artistic Director Robert Drake’s pulse during a mock murder scene at the Hapeville Depot.
Staff / Katherine Frye. David Burt of the Hapeville Arts Alliance checks Academy Theatre Artistic Director Robert Drake’s pulse during a mock murder scene at the Hapeville Depot.
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Attendees at the interactive murder mystery show ‘Murder at the Depot’ may help solve the murder, as David Burt demonstrates, by examining the murder weapon.
Attendees at the interactive murder mystery show ‘Murder at the Depot’ may help solve the murder, as David Burt demonstrates, by examining the murder weapon.
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Eileen Randman, from Cafe at the Corner, will cater the upcoming interactive murder mystery fundraiser, ‘Murder at the Depot.’
Eileen Randman, from Cafe at the Corner, will cater the upcoming interactive murder mystery fundraiser, ‘Murder at the Depot.’
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Attendees at the interactive murder mystery show, ‘Murder at the Depot,’ will have the first look at the newly renovated Hapeville Depot pedestrian plaza.
Attendees at the interactive murder mystery show, ‘Murder at the Depot,’ will have the first look at the newly renovated Hapeville Depot pedestrian plaza.
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The city of Hapeville, the Hapeville Arts Alliance, the Academy Theatre, and the Hapeville Historical Society will present the Hapeville 2014 Arts Initiative, including pop-up art galleries, art walks, a Saturday Farm and Art Market, and children’s theater.

‘Murder at the Depot,’ an interactive murder mystery show Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Hapeville Depot, 620 S. Central Ave., will help fund the arts initiative.

Ticket holders can help solve the crime and may even play parts in the show. Paris-trained chef Eileen Randman from Cafe at the Corner will cater the event, which includes a sneak peak at the renovated depot. Tickets are $50.

Information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/697412.

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