Centennial State Ballet will host their 4th annual Murder Mystery fundraiser on Friday, March 10, from 6-9 p.m. at the Stewart Auditorium at the Longmont Museum & Cultural Center.
Centennial State Ballet will host the “Phantom at the Ballet” event at the Longmont Museum & Cultural Center as part of their annual fundraising efforts. The evening will begin in the Swan Atrium where guests will enjoy food from local catering sponsors. This interactive event will also feature a pas de deux performance of Giselle. Centennial State Ballet students and guest artist Matthew Helms will be featured in the performance, and supporters of the organization will acts as characters in the murder mystery event. Guests are invited to delve into the age old questions of “whodunit” at a local art exhibition, with prizes given at the end of the evening to the top three detectives. Tickets for the event include admission, appetizers, a plated dinner, dessert and a cash bar.
Centennial State Ballet is in its 19th year as Longmont’s exclusive, pre-professional ballet company. They maintain their operation through the support of local businesses and individual donors, and through ticket sales from performances and various fundraisers throughout the year. Proceeds from the murder mystery event will help support the company’s spring gala performance of Giselle, a two-act ballet of the Romantic period. Donors are invited to support the event through donations of any amount, and individuals who give at the $100 level and higher are eligible to receive a role as a character in the Murder Mystery.
The Murder Mystery event will take place from 6-9 p.m. at the Longmont Museum & Cultural Center, 400 Quail Rd. Tickets are $50/person and can be purchased here. For further information or to purchase tickets to additional shows, visit http://centennialstateballet.org/ or call 303-772-1335.