Leapin’ at ya with more Big News!!!

Wowsers!  We have so much going on that we had to add a second blog for February, folks.  Hang on and read below…

First, we bid farewell (temporarily?) to The Broker Restaurant after two years.  They have decided to focus on doing other things and we have been looking for a change to help us grow more, so we will not be doing regular public shows there indefinitely.  We are still available for private shows at The Broker, for anyone who has enjoyed our public shows there.  And we may be back for the 2012 holiday season.  Please contact Sarah Bourgoin at The Broker at 303.292.5065 for information on booking a private show.  We thank the wonderful staff there (Laura, Janelle, Tony, Erin, Josh, etc.) for two years of murder, merriment and mayhem!

So, what now, you say?  Well, MO Productions is happy to announce that we have been picked up for monthly public performances at Cherokee Ranch & Castle in Sedalia, CO!  Not only that, but we have been contracted to write and produce a show to perform exclusively at the Castle in addition to our regular schedule!!  We start our 2012 public shows there this coming Friday, March 2nd, with As Slain on TV.  There are still seats available, so visit the preceding link to get the reservation info and get your rezzies in before they’re gone!!  Then, starting April 21st we debut Antiques Revengeshow exclusively at Cherokee Ranch & Castle.  Come watch as we spoof everyone’s favorite antiques show on PBS.  Is there a “little treasure” worth killing for, or is there something supernatural behind the strange goings-on during an evening of appraisals?  With a Special Guest Star actor in every performance this will never be the same show twice!  And you can only see it at the Castle for at least the next year!!

Whoa.  That’s big news, huh?  Indeed.  But wait!  There’s more…

Will & Grace: Who Killed Stan?

MO Productions is also debuting at a new public venue, Cebiche Authentic Peruvian Dining, on Saturday, March 10th.  Come see Will & Grace: Who Killed Stan? at this new restaurant in Wheat Ridge!  The food there is terrific and so if the staff!  We hope this is just the first of many performances there.

Now, just because we are at Cherokee Ranch & Castle and also Cebiche doesn’t mean our plate is completely full.  We are still looking for other public venues in the Denver Metro area to perform at on a regular or semi-regular basis.  So if you have a restaurant or know of a restaurant that we could perform at, please contact us at 303.408.4246!

On February 11th we  helped out Inter-Faith Community Services by plugging our benefit show for them that will happen in November.  We performed a scene and song from Have a Holly Jolly Murder at their Nibbles and Sips fundraiser.  Our actors were welcomed with open arms and laughs, and we look forward to making this an annual event, with any luck.  Inter-Faith sold most of their tickets for our show at this event, but still has a couple dozen seats open.  If you’re interested in attending this show, please contact Barb Wilson at bdwilson303@gmail.com for more information.  Tickets are $100 and proceeds benefit Inter-Faith Community Services.

Lastly, MO Productions is now on Twitter!  Please help us grow our online street cred and .  We may not be tweeting too much at first, but help us grow and give us a reason to tweet!

Thank you, as always, for your continued support and word of mouth advertising.  We wouldn’t be here without you!!

Kind Regards,

Matthew D. Osmun – Owner/Producer/Director

MO Productions Interactive Murder Mystery Comedy Dinner Theatre

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