August 3, 2012
As part of their First Friday programming, Historic Kennett Square will host their annual Murder Mystery Art Stroll on Friday, August 3 (tonight!) starting at 6:30 p.m. with the help of the Kennett Amateur Theatrical Society (KATS).
This year’s mystery theme is Pride and Prejudice (and the Zombies). Help detectives figure out whodunit after a retired English actor, Reginald Cooper, is murdered upon holding auditions for Pride and Prejudice at the Panto.
Your sleuth-work is needed at the Genesis Walkway (101 E. State Street). There, you can meet the detective at the scene of the crime as he discovers the “body” and sets the scene. KATS players will lead you through downtown Kennett Square to gather clues and question the suspects in participating downtown shops.
The Murder Mystery Art Stroll is completely free and open to all ages. Think you have what it takes? Once you’ve solved the crime, submit your guess for a chance to win prizes at the end of the night.
In addition to hosting characters from the Murder Mystery, the downtown shops, galleries, and restaurants will stay open late for browsing, art openings, live music and dining.
Murder Mystery Art Stroll At Kennett Square
When: Friday, August 3, 6:30 p.m.
Where: 106 W. State Street in Kennett Square
More info: www.historickennettsquare.com