What Big Game? We’re back at the Castle!!

Brrrrr!  We’re in the middle of a blizzard as I type this month’s blog.  Hopefully everything will clear up and DIA will back back on schedule for flights by Monday as I head back to PA & NJ to visit family and friends!!

Happy February, everyone!  Hope this finds you well.  We’ve got a busy next couple of months and are very excited to share the news!

First we start of with Will & Grace: Who Killed Stan? this Sunday.  Yes, this Sunday, aka Superbowl Sunday.  Why do a show then?  Well, most of our actors are not football fans, and we figured there are enough other non-football fans who would rather entertain themselves by watching Will, Grace, Jack, Karen & Rosario try to solve a mysterious death.  Hey, it’s “Must See Murder Mystery”!  And we’ll be done with the show just as the Big Game actually starts, so really anyone attending will not miss anything or very little, if that.  So call The Broker Restaurant and make your rezzie: 303.292.5065.  It’s only $40/person, plus your bar bill.

Then, next weekend MO Productions will be represented on both Friday and Saturday!  On Friday the 10th we will have 2 tickets for any public performance in 2012 at Cherokee Ranch & Castle given away at the Colorado Children’s Chorale’s 2012 Beach Ball.  Please visit the preceding link for info and to purchase tickets for the event!  Then on Saturday the 11th we will be promoting a special fundraiser performance of Have a Holly Jolly Murder, this year’s holiday show, for Inter-Faith Community Services’ Nibbles and Sips event.  The show will be on Saturday, November 17th, but tickets will go on sale starting that night.  As a special bonus we have actors performing a scene and one of the songs from this musical murder mystery that night during the auction.  So come on out and support both of these wonderful organizations along with us!

Looking ahead to March, we are very happy to let you know that we will be back at Cherokee Ranch & Castle starting March 2nd with the final As Slain on TV.  You may recall that we mentioned last month that our January 15th show would be the last public “As Slain”, but the Castle requested that we perform it there and we just couldn’t say no! Tickets are on sale now, but they usually don’t last for long.  Here are the details:

As Slain on TV – Friday, March 2nd 6:30-10:00

@ Cherokee Ranch & Castle – 6113 N Daniels Park Rd, Sedalia, CO 80135

Reservations Required – Call 303.688.4600

$65/person includes Castle Mini-Tour, the show, gourmet buffet, dessert & coffee, with separate cash bar.

The following weekend we are excited to debut at a new public venue: Cebiche Authentic Peruvian Dining!  We will be there on Saturday, March 10th with Will & Grace: Who Killed Stan?

Will & Grace: Who Killed Stan? – Saturday, March 10th 6:00-9:00

@ Cebiche Authentic Peruvian Dining – 7000 E 38th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Reservations Required – Call 303.386.4580

$40/person includes the show and three course meal, plus bar bill & gratuity.

We have more in the works for the rest of the spring, including a few leads for even more public venues, so stay tuned!  In the meantime I will be taking a much-needed vacation to PA & NJ to visit family and dear friends, including Cheryl Lynn, the Owner and Producer of White Rose Productions, the company I helped found and directed for before moving to CO.  Thank you all for your continued support and word of mouth advertising!

Kind Regards,

Matthew D. Osmun – Owner/Producer/Director

MO Productions Interactive Murder Mystery Comedy Dinner Theatre

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