The Butler Did It!

// Published May 7, 2018 by User1

April twentieth will kick off two weekends of mystery, intrigue, and murder at Russell County, Kentucky’s Star Theater with the theatrical production of The Butler Did It. The Butler Did It is a rip rolling cozy mystery with lighthearted comedy undertones set in 1930’s England. Directed by the renowned Brad Barnes, known for directing other Star productions such as The Boarding House, along with The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and staring Joe Edmond, of The Little Mermaid, and Benjamin Foster, of Midnight Dreary: a Requiem for Edgar Allen Poe, and an ensemble of other incredible actors, The Butler Did It promises to be one of the best evenings you can spend this April in Kentucky Theater.

Set in the manor home of Colonel Nigel Covington (Benjamin Foster), The Butler Did It forms it’s narrative around the murder of the Covington’s next door neighbor, Trevor Barstow (Jordan Wilson) on the evening of the dinner party celebrating the recent successful book release of family friend, Edwina Cory (Mary Susan Judd). When the Covington’s butler Jenkins (Joe Edmond) comes under suspicion of committing the crime, it’s up to him to put the evidence together and find out who truly killed Trevor Barstow. In the play’s final harrowing act, all the twists and turns are finally revealed and why the poor bugger was done in may just surprise you the most!

Russell County’s historic Star Theater has been home to a plethora of high quality stage productions over the years and has became a staple, not only in it’s community, but in the state as well. This month offers six opportunities to catch The Butler Did It at the Star Theater. Showtimes are Friday, April 20th and Friday, April 27th as well as Saturday, April 21st and Saturday, April 28th, all of which begin at 7PM along with two Sunday matinee shows on April 22nd and 29th at 2PM. For more information on this or any other of The Star Theaters fine productions visit:

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