(photos by Chris Jones)
Members of the Center Stage Players of Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College are presenting the murder mystery “Bloody Jack.” The play, written by Tim Kelly and directed by SKCTC Professor Michael Corriston, will be performed in the theater of the Godbey Appalachian Center at Cumberland on Saturday at 7 p.m., with a 2 p.m. show set for Sunday.
The play focuses on a series of grisly murders that occurred in London in the late 19th Century. The city is in a frenzy as police work feverishly to find the culprit.
The cast includes current and former Southeast students as, here, Michael Amburgey, as Morgan, a felon, threatened Margaret the parlor maid played by Devyn Creech, while Mrs. Hiller, the house maid, played by Ella Tolliver, intervened; while Inspector Flanders of Scotland Yard, played by Austin Rutherford, seated, reacted to a letter presented by Dr. Sargeant, played by John Adams, while his daughter, Ellen, played by Crystal Lewis, looked on.
Tickets are $5 and will be available at the theater box office. For further information, phone 589-3137.