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A Strange New Song Puts Murder on Our Minds

January 23, 2014

Friends of T.C. Steele State Historic Site to host Murder Mystery Dinner

NASHVILLE, Ind. - Murder is on the menu again for T.C. Steele State Historic Site as they play host to another Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 8 and 15 at 6:30 p.m. This event will take place in the Large Studio of the State Historic Site, located 4220 T.C. Steele Road .

"This year we have a special addition to an evening of mystery; Ric Heeter from Bloomington will be playing & singing the role of Hoagy Carmichael and accompanied by Kathleen McConahay of Bloomington playing the role of Georgia Buzzskirt," says Charlie Matson, Friends of T.C. Steele board member and mystery creator. "While Heeter and McConahay are stepping into the spotlight, there are plenty of easier parts that we want our guests to fill."Guests will enjoy an evening of live music, good food and libations."

Dinner will be catered with wine, beer and soda included. Registration is required; $36 per Friends members and $40 per non-member. All ages are welcome. Call 812.988.2785 to register.

About the Mystery
The year is 1954 and the beloved president of Indiana University, Herman B Wells, is holding a party at his Brown County cabin. Wells needs to build more support for Dr. Alfred Kinsey, who has stirred up more trouble than ever with his second book. Herman has invited an influential and colorful set of friends from Bloomington and Nashville to meet Kinsey and his team of researchers. Wells has also lined up his good friend, Hoagy Carmichael to provide the entertainment.

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