Anything Goes: An Evening of Music, Mayhem, Mystery, and Murder

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Anything Goes: An Evening of Music, Mayhem, Mystery, and Murder
Friday April 7, 2017 (One night only!) 7:00pm at the Culbertson Mansion

It’s April, 1949. The 75th running of the Kentucky Derby is not too far off and several notables, many with local ties, are in town.

The American Legion has recently purchased the Culbertson Mansion and taken on the task of renovating the massive building. With so many celebrities in town for the Derby the Legion Commander takes this opportunity to host a gala, in hopes of boosting membership, attention…and funds. Among those in attendance are singer/songwriter, Cole Porter, Louisville natives Victor Mature and Irene Dunne, as well as Senator Joseph McCarthy, and Hollywood Gossip Hedda Hopper. With so many big personalities all under one roof tempers are bound to flair, but enough to commit murder?

Tickets for this event are $25
Ticket Price includes a full dinner and the performance
A limited number of tickets are available and advanced reservations are required.
Call 812.944.9600 to make reservations

Event Properties

Event date Apr-07 7:00 pm
Event End Date Apr-07 8:00 pm
Location Culbertson Mansion
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