Interactive murder mystery returns to Lost Acres Vineyard

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Good Company Theater, a local non-profit organization, announced the return of its interactive murder mystery show at Lost Acres Vineyard. Guests are “invited” to the corporate retreat of a unique dating app company to spend a relaxing evening sipping wine and chatting with employees and investor—until a shocking murder disrupts the festivities!

At Deadly Trust Fall: A Corporate Retreat Whodunit, cast members will mingle with the audience, and each guest will attempt to identify the actors and figure out possible motives for the crime. Ask questions, gossip, and try to discover the deep secrets of the company and the family that runs it—and no, it won’t be as simple as, “Did you do it?”

Emcee/Director Nate Strick has appeared in multiple Good Company Theater productions and most recently performed in The One-Act Play That Goes Wrong as Jonathan.

Besides participating as an actor in Good Company’s previous two murder mystery nights, the last of which was held in 2018, Strick has emceed twice before for West Hartford Community Theater. With his extensive experience in the Connecticut theater scene, Strick has hand-picked a talented cast of five seasoned actors who are excited to make each evening a truly entertaining and amusing night for every guest. Featured in the show are actors Jeff Snyder, Vanessa Robb, Danielle Zaugg, Michael Robb, Kyle Reidinger and Becca McCord.

Shows are on Friday, May 12, and Saturday, May 13. Doors open at 7 p.m. for cocktail hour, and the show will start at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at or at the door. Space is limited; advance purchase is recommended. Complimentary snacks and charcuterie boards will be provided and Lost Acres Vineyard will have wine available for purchase. This performance is recommended for participants 16 and older.