Roaring 20s Party Fundraiser Aims to Save Livingston History
Time-travel back to the Roaring 20s, catch a killer and help save the historic Livingston Underground with "Blackjack, Blondes and Booze - Murder in the Livingston Underground." This musical murder mystery fundraiser at the Buckhorn Theatre in Livingston is running Friday and Saturday evenings, August 14 - 29. Details here.
North West Historical Theatre and the Livingston Downtown Building Owners’ & Business Association present “Blackjack, Blondes and Booze: Murder in the Livingston Underground”, a musical murder mystery by G.D. Weisgerber, Friday and Saturday evenings, August 14 - August 29 at the Buckhorn Theatre.
Enjoy intrigue, plotting and laughs in this unique Audience-Interactive musical murder mystery, in which the audience has the opportunity to actually question the suspects to help solve the murder.
This production of Blackjack, Blondes and Booze is part of an effort to raise awareness of a multi/bi-partisan effort to save Livingston’s amazing, historic underground from 2nd to B Streets on Callender! Peggy Weisgerber, the show's director, said quote,
It would be tragic to lose these remnants of Livingston’s history. Other cities have preserved similar undergrounds and have capitalized on them as tourist attractions, benefitting their local economies. Why shouldn’t Livingston do the same?
Many local actors have volunteered and are giving up their end of the summer plans to be a part of this effort to save Livingston’s underground. Have some fun doing the same! Costumes are highly encouraged, but not necessary.
Dinner and Show at 7 p.m. is $40, or show only at 8 p.m. is $20.
For reservations, call the Buckhorn Theater at 406-222-9600. More information is online at buckhorntheatre.com.