Tag: Mystery

Final Week of Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web at The Theater Barn

This week is the final group of performances for The Theater Barn’s 2017 production of Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web.

Agatha is back at the ‘Barn! Murder Mystery at The Theater Barn would not be the same without the talented and long tenured Christie aficionado, John Trainor! Joining him in this year’s Christie is newcomer Gianmarco Colucci and ‘Barn favorite Phil Rice.

Information from TheTheaterBarn.org

DATES/TIMES:
Thursday, July 20 – 8PM
Friday, July 21 – 8PM
Saturday, July 22 – 4PM & 8PM
Sunday, July 23 – 2PM

TICKET PRICES:
Season Tickets (6 tickets for the price of 5) are available for $135
Regular Tickets $27 / Sunday Matinée $25
Group rate available upon request

LOCATION:
654 Columbia Pike
New Lebanon, NY 12125

MORE:
TheTheaterBarn.org
Box Office – 518-794-8989

Up next at The Theater Barn: Nunsense 

 

The Theater Barn is a nonprofit (501(c)(3) organization founded in 1984 with a mission to enrich, educate, and entertain audiences through the experience of live theater. Each summer, the Theater Barn provides young, nationally-recruited, professional actors with a nurturing atmosphere where they can feel comfortable to take risks and develop their craft. They present diverse productions that appeal to different age groups and strive to build a younger audience for the future.

 

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Jeff McKinney is a Realtor in Columbia County, NY. Connect with him on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Pinterest.

A History Mystery Case from Lebanon Valley Historical Society

The Lebanon Valley Historical Society has a “history mystery” that they would like our help with. The society is trying to determine where the house in the picture below is located.

Apparently the house was shown on a couple of H. M. Gillet’s postcards from the early 20th Century. The Historical Society believes that it is still standing, but may no longer have the entire elaborate porch. They say to look for the square widow’s watch on the top, which should help identify the house.

If you think you know where in Columbia County, NY, this house is, tell the Historical Society by leaving a comment under the house’s pictures on their FaceBook page.

 

For more local happenings, news, and events, follow ColumbiaCountyCurrent.com on twitter @CoCoCurrent.

Jeff McKinney is a Realtor in Columbia County, NY. Connect with him on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Pinterest.