LHS to stage murder mystery play Thursday and Friday

David Peck

A gripping “who done it” will grace the stage at the Lovell High School Multipurpose Room Thursday and Friday evenings when the LHS Music Performance Class performs “McDead,” an original murder mystery play written by LHS graduate Kyler Martinez.

The curtain will rise each evening at 6:30 p.m. General admission is $3 per person, and dinner tickets are $10 apiece. A table may be reserved for $50.

“Kyler Martinez wrote the show this year, and we’re excited to perform his work,” LHS Music Director Keath Fenton said. “The basic story is that there is a murder at a fast-food place, and everybody seems to have a motive. It’s the same show both nights with different actors.”

For more information, call the high school office at 548-2256.

The play kicks off the Christmas concert season at local schools. The Lovell Middle School and Lovell High School bands will perform Monday at 6 p.m. at the MPR, and the LMS and LHS choirs will perform Tueday, also at 6 p.m. at the MPR.