• Friday, May 1, 7:30 pm.
  • Saturday, May 2, 7:30 pm.
  • Sunday, May 3, 2:00 pm.

Tickets are $24 each. Order HERE.

The “murder mystery” takes place in the present time at the State Street Theatre. A “wannabe” producer, Ivana De Doe, has assembled her staff and investors to discuss her latest project, “The Death of Mozart; The Musical!” Famous Nicollet method actor Peter Paverôtten has agreed to play Mozart. He studied for three days at the Actors Studio in New York before being asked to leave by James Lipton himself. Naturally there is much skepticism as the topic does not seem a likely one for a Broadway style musical but the meeting is set for today and everyone is present for a tour of the theatre and a frank discussion of the project.

Ivana’s protégé is Frederick Flambé the renowned choreographer from Hanska. She also has a ruggedly good looking leading man, Biff Wellington in her stable. A famous Bolivian soap opera actor, Il Nostrum Flarum is here to sing the bad guys parts, but has something to hide. Also present are Treble Clefton, the scholarly Musical Director, a polka band accompanist, “Keys” McGillicutty is the accompanist, Olivia Clðzhoff, provocative costumer who loves to use cod pieces in every play, Amanda Hügenkys, composer/author who is dating the washed up director, and Max E. Mumm, the over the top Director, wealthy spoiled descendant of the G.H. Mumm champagne magnate. His personal assistant is the Swedish bombshell, Oola Ümlaut. Local artist Starshine McAnnibus is a retired set designer. The County Commissioner, Karl Kohnmann is concerned about the moral turpitude of this production.

One thing is certain: Someone does NOT want this play produced so “Who Murdered ‘Mozart?’”

Tickets Please! First Thursday Classic Movies


  • Location: State Street Theater–downstairs in the Off Broadway Studio (71 seats, not handicapped accessible)
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Cost: $5 per movie, cash or check ($18 for all four movies)
  • Concessions: Real movie popcorn, soda pop, and candy for sale

1939. The greatest year in Hollywood movie history. Starting that year, movies were different, better, and significant.

Join local movie buffs on an inside tour of four wonderful 1939 movies overshadowed by Gone with the Wind and Wizard of Oz. Be part of the audience for a thoroughly engaging discussion and learn little-known facts before watching four of the all-time great movies:

  • February 5:  Stagecoach (John Wayne introduced to America)
  • March 5:  Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Jimmy Stewart and Frank Capra)
  • April 2:  Wuthering Heights (Sir Laurence Olivier)
  • May 7: Ninotchka (romantic comedy starring Greta Garbo)

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

4th Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Fundraiser
Red Rock Center for the Arts, Fairmont, Minnesota
April 17 & 18, 2015 at 6:30pm
Tickets: $40 | Table of 8: $280 (SAVE $40) | Members: $30

Experience a unique, one-of-a-kind, Murder Mystery dinner theatre starring the area’s finest actors. Written and produced by Paul Warshauer.

Click HERE to purchase tickets online. To reserve by mail, call Red Rock Center at 507-235-9262.


Summer Musical

Play Readings | Something Artsy | Levels of Support


Student or Senior Contributor • $25.00
Early ticket sales

Theatre Supporter • $100.00
Early ticket sales
Program acknowledgement

Season Ticket Holder • $100.00
Early ticket sales
Program acknowledgment
Two season tickets
Invitations to special backstage events and cast parties

Angel • $500.00 (Corporate or individual)
Early ticket sales
Program acknowledgment
Four season tickets
Invitations to special backstage events and cast parties

Producer • $1,000.00 (Corporate or individual)
Early ticket sales
Program acknowledgment
Eight season tickets
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Marquee Inner Circle • $2,500 or more (Corporate or individual)
Early ticket sales
Program acknowledgment
Twenty season tickets
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