Clay Hill Farm Presents...
OPENING MAY 29th...
It's a beautiful night at Clay Hill Farm.
You are escorted to a private deck for cocktails,
where you mingle with other guests before dinner.
Your HOST arrives...but WHO?
There's a murder.
You're quickly ushered in to dinner. There are clues at the table.
A detective enters the room...
WHO is the murderer?
WHO are the suspects?
YOU are solving the crime!
Take an active role in this comedic dinner improv
or simply relax & enjoy the show.
TRUST NO ONE - and LOVE every minute of... "WHO?"
OPENING WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th
Tickets: $15 with an a la carte dinner menu
Monday nights 6pm
Wednesday nights 7pm
About the STAR:
CYRANO deBERGERAC; An Offbeat Romantic Comedy
FEBRUARY 15, 22 , March 1
in this intimate evening. Learn all about
the history of notorious lighthouses,
nefarious storms and legendary hauntings...
with unusual stories of love, loss and mystery.
WEDNESDAY, May 22nd
Bill Thompson is a native New Englander residing in
Kennebunk, Maine. After teaching for 33 years in the
history department at Salem University, Thompson retired
Professor Emeritus in 1996. He has written many books
about New England heritage as well as producing his
own documentaries which have appeared on major
television stations. Thompson has also appeared on 6
national networks, with shows on PBS, the Discovery
Channel and the History Channel. Thompson lectures
at many schools and civic groups. His expertise is
human interest history, and he enjoys sharing the
experiences of our ancestors.
In 2003, Thompson received a national SAR award
for community service and outstanding citizenship.
In November 2013, Thompson will be performing
a Thanksgiving narration at Carnagie Hall as part of
the national Tim Janis Autism Drive with Kate Winslet.
Over the years Thompson and Tim Janis have produced
several educational CD's together.
Since his retirement in 1996, Thompson has been seriously
painting, and the reproductions of his work have raised a lot
of money for the trust funds of both Nubble Light and Portland
Headlight. Visitors from all over the world have purchased his
reproductions, but locals can view his work at the
Sea Bell Gallery on the Shore Road in downtown