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‘Murder Inn’ kills at CBC this past weekend
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The actors hit the stage this past weekend to a packed house performing “Murder Inn,” the new play by Coastal Bend College theater instructor Phyllis Garcia. The play, a horror/comedy, was held at the CBC Gertrude Jones Auditorium this past. The performance drew more than 200 enthusiastic attendees.
The actors hit the stage this past weekend to a packed house performing “Murder Inn,” the new play by Coastal Bend College theater instructor Phyllis Garcia. The play, a horror/comedy, was held at the CBC Gertrude Jones Auditorium this past. The performance drew more than 200 enthusiastic attendees.
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BEEVILLE – Coastal Bend College theater instructor Phyllis Garcia finally lifted the curtain on “Murder Inn” this weekend to more than 200 enthusiastic attendees.

The play is a set in New England at the Barnsley Inn, which is supposedly haunted by a knife-throwing poltergeist named Marco.

A group of tourists on a Ghosts and Ghouls tour get stranded at the 18th-century inn due to a storm, and slowly but surely, they get bumped off one by one as they try and discover who the murderer is and who’s the next victim.

Garcia said, “I’ve had numerous people tell me it was a great show with superb acting.

“I am very proud of this year’s production and thankful for all the patrons who attended this year.”

The play was held at the Coastal Bend College Gertrude Jones Auditorium and ran from Thursday, April 25, through Saturday, April 27.

And I’m sure Garcia and many of the other actors are gearing up for their next foray on the theater stage.

That is, if any of them actually survived this production.

Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.
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