‘Murder and Moore’ mystery party is this weekend

(Submitted Photo) Pictured from the left are Karen Lasater, Barbara Reynolds, Dee Casserly, Emily Levert, Ron Saville, Dottie Allen, Mike Thorpe and Rose Nurre.

(Submitted Photo)
Pictured from the left are Karen Lasater, Barbara Reynolds, Dee Casserly, Emily Levert, Ron Saville, Dottie Allen, Mike Thorpe and Rose Nurre.

The Fort Bend Museum is partnering once again with the actors of Rosenberg’s CAST Theatrical Company for a hilarious night of whodunit at the 1883 John and Lottie Moore Home.

Set for Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30, from 7-9 p.m., the fourth annual Murder and Moore event will take guests back to the decade of big hair, leg warmers and stirrup pants – and they have to solve the murder mystery before the evening’s finished.

“The mystery story begins on a balmy evening in July of 1986. With the oil crisis hitting Texas and the Cold War dampening spirits, the docents of the Fort Bend Museum decide to lighten the somber mood with a soiree at the Moore Home,” said Site Director Shereen Sampson. “As the festivities get started, gasps are heard all around as the body of a popular local journalist is discovered. Guests will need their ’80s attire and sleuthing skills to solve the crime.”

Tickets are $45 per person or $85 per couple ($40/person or $75/couple for members) and can be purchased in advance by calling 281-342-6478 or emailing info@fortbendmuseum.org. For more information, visit www.fortbendmuseum.org.

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