Cheyenne Little Theatre Players Present ‘The Butler Did It’ Friday and Saturday
Do you want to see some live theater but don't think you can afford it?
The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players latest production, 'The Butler Did It,' is only $5 and it's downtown Friday and Saturday, November 9 and 10, at the Atlas Theatre.
This will be a staged reading of Todd Wallinger's winning entry in CLTP's annual New Play Project.Performances start at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The show contains some adult humor but is recommended for all ages.
The plot involves a womanizing young cad who is found stabbed to death in the kitchen of an old English manor. All evidence points to the butler so other members of the household tie him to a chair while waiting for the police to arrive. The only problem is, the butler didn't do it and now he's only got half an hour to figure out who the real culprit is, while still tied to the chair.
The New Play Project is a program created by the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players to encourage, recognize and support playwrights in the seven-state region; Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. Entries must be full-length plays that have not been performed previously, no film scripts or musicals are allowed. The winning stage play will receive a staged reading by CLTP during it's season.