Interactive murder mystery dinner theatre hosted by contact 211 supports a good cause, creates enjoyable evening.
If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie, then you’re in for a treat – and a good cause.
Contact 211 of Northeast Tennessee is hosting an interactive murder mystery titled “Murder at the Hi Skool Reunion”, scripted and directed by Judy Womack, to benefit the helpline with its operations expenses.
The dinner theatre will be held Friday, June 15, at 6 p.m. at the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, located at 161 E. Ravine St. in Kingsport
The play is performed by the Off Broad Street Players, and gives the audience an opportunity to participate and help solve the murder. This fun evening includes the play, dinner and wine. Tickets cost $50 and are available by calling 211 or 423-530-6335.
Tickets are also available online at https://contact211dinnertheatre.eventbrite.com.
“This will be a fun, entertaining evening with a good meal for a great cause,” said Margaret Counts, executive director of Contact 211. “Contact 211 is here to support anyone in need or in crisis in our area with information and referrals to hundreds of community services. And all of our services are free and confidential, and are available to anyone in the 8 counties of upper East Tennessee.”
Contact 211 connects people in need with local organizations that provide services such as food, financial assistance for utilities, free or low-cost medical care, area shelters, counseling services, support groups, battered women’s shelters and addiction prevention or treatment. Contact 211 also provides daily reassurance calls for the elderly and homebound residents of Northeast Tennessee.
A non-profit United Way agency, Contact 211 is entirely supported by generous donations from people and organizations in the community. Counts said additional financial support is needed for the program to expand and provide additional services.
For more information, please call Ms. Counts at 423-530-6335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.