Now showing online!
A classic story for the entire family
Study guide available for discussion with your children or youth group
Murder By Default
"In a tranquil complex for retired Thespians, one of the residents senses a mystery about her neighbour's sudden death. She confides in her friend, who is unconvinced that anything is amiss, and then he disappears. An intriguing visitor appears on the scene, and together they begin to unravel a dark secret about the retirement complex."
The show is a pre-recorded production that will only be available to tickets purchasers. The show will be available for viewing on either October 23rd or 24th from 1:00 p.m. - 11:30 pm depending on your chosen date (and you or others can watch it as many times as you like during that time slot)
Since this is not a live experience, tickets have been discounted to $10 per person, however we request (except for last year's Season Ticket holders) that if you have more than one person in the household viewing the performance, that you purchase an additional ticket - on the morning of your chosen viewing date, we will send you an email with the password to access the production, therefore it is imperative that you make sure you include your email address when you check out on the Brown Paper Tickets site
UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19
At Naked Stage, we are fully committed to the health and safety of our performers and our guests.
In order to comply with government and Provincial Health Authority requirements regarding social distancing, we have postponed our scheduled production, Murder By Default.
This was a heartbreaking decision for all of us, as we'd already put a lot of effort into the show, but it's the right thing to do for our community and for everyone's sake to help slow the spread of Covid-19.
We're currently assessing and monitoring the situation to plan our next season, whether we bring it to you online, in the theatre or a combination of both. Thank you for your support and understanding.
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"I've missed only one or two of the performances so far, and I really enjoyed all of them. The chain-rattler in the play about Scrooge was excellent and the Southern Belles in the Sipping Society - I just loved them all!"