West Hartford Community Theater to host Murder Mystery at Waypoint Spirits – We-Ha



The West Hartford Community Theater partners with Waypoint Spirits Distillery for “The Still of the Night – A Murder Mystery Evening”.


The West Hartford Community Theater (WHCT) and Bloomfield’s Waypoint Spirits Distillery join forces to bring you wine, dinner and entertainment. Put your detective skills to the test in this delicious and exciting presentation!

The party begins in the distillery, where you will learn how Waypoint Spirits makes its unique products. Let yourself be carried away by the musings of our extraordinary pianist while playing a fun game, munching on appetizers and mingling with your friends.

Then comes the time for the main event – which includes a tasty dinner and… the murder!

Anyone who’s seen previous WHCT productions knows they’re up for a theatrical treat – but this one comes with a twist. You will not know who the actors are during the show. Almost anything can and will happen over the course of the evening – and YOU can play the most important role. Solve the mystery and you just might win a prize!

The Waypoint Spirits Distillery is located at 410 Woodland Ave. in Bloomfield, CT. There will be two evening performances: Saturday March 25 and Saturday April 1. Cocktails and tours start at 6 p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online: www.westhartfordtheater.org.

About West Hartford Community Theater:

The West Hartford Community Theater (WHCT) opened in 2008 with the goal of providing the highest quality live musical theater experience to residents of West Hartford and the greater Hartford community. WHCT continues to produce quality productions showcasing the unique and richly diverse talent of the community. A 501 (c) (3) nonprofit dedicated to the development of live theater, WHCT strives to provide an environment where shared goals, performance standards and a common vision guide collaborative creativity. We welcome members of all ages, specifically encouraging the participation of minority youth, the elderly and the economically disadvantaged. For more information or to donate, please visit our website at www.westhartfordtheater.org or call 860-992-9428.

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