CenterStage Theatre Company and Westminster High School (WHS) Career & Technical Education (CTE), present a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre show in the Black Box Theatre at WHS on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. with a full three-course meal and a “just desserts” matinee show on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m.
The show brings together two hard-working and high-performing groups at WHS, for a show sure to surprise and intrigue its audience, as well as provide an outstanding meal that is prepared, cooked and served by WHS ProStart students.
ProStart is a high school CTE program that allows students to get real-world restaurant practice, preparing them for the day after graduation. “This program gives them an edge up on others interested in the restaurant business because it offers them that real-world experience,” says Chris Hill, the ProStart Chef Instructor. “This show will allow the student to deal with situations that will arise throughout the night and will allow them to learn and will help them in the future at their job.”
Watch the video above to get an inside look at the show and the culinary side.