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Trek to Newnan for a murder mystery

After boldly going where no one has gone before, the Star Trek crew is back on Planet Earth attending Khaaaaaan Con on June 8. “Celebrities” appearing at the convention are William Shatner and Wil Wheaton from “Star Trek: the Next Generation.”
Though they’ve braved countless dangers through unnumbered galaxies, the star travelers now face a greater threat here at home: a treacherous human killer. As you sit down to a banquet with your heroes, you will be asked to solve a murder mystery.
And you’ll be wondering how many will make it to the end of the evening – but that shouldn’t interfere with your digestion.
Come dressed as your favorite Star Trek character.
Each dinner table will form a team of sleuths. It will be their job to investigate different areas throughout the theatre – the Intergalactic Cocktail Lounge, the Extraterrestrial Exhibit Hall, and others – to look for clues and question suspects. Help to solve the crimes as they unfold, and have a great time with your entire family along the way.
Your ticket price of $25 includes dinner and two complimentary drink tickets.
To purchase tickets, and for show dates and times, visit Newnan Theatre Company’s web site at http://www.newnantheatre.org or visit the box office before or after any performance. The theatre is located in historic downtown Newnan at 24 First Avenue.
If you have questions regarding the content of any event or show, email Artistic Director Paul Conroy at artistic-director@newnantheatre.org

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