July 30, 2014
Filed Under South Tahoe Events
Solve the murder at this Tahoe-based radio theater performance at the Valhalla Grand Hall on August 9, 2014 from 5:30pm to 9:00 pm.
In honor of the Great Gatsby Festival, the Tahoe Writers Works present “The Great Gadfly,” an original audience-interactive play that celebrates the Roaring Twenties’ South Shore lifestyle. This annual event includes a catered dinner.
Tickets are $125 per person. It’s always sold out, so get your tickets early.
Tahoe Writers Works is a group of local writers, poets, and other individuals who are interested in the art of writing. In addition to their monthly meetings and writing workshops, they oversee the “Bare Bones Open Mic Night,” and write and direct numerous theatre performances including the “Murder Mystery Radio Theatre.” They also host “A Celebration of Writers around the Lake,” and produce an annual literary publication, EDGE.
Tahoe Writers Works has monthly meetings and we welcome new voices. There’s no obligation other than an exceptional love of the written word.
The historic Tallac Site is a 74-acre setting listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The parking lot is open daily from 11am to 3pm as are the Valhalla Grand Hall and Boathouse Theatre and there is two-hour free parking to tour and/or buy tickets.
The annual Valhalla Arts, Music and Theatre festival is a summer-long entertainment series including theatrical presentations, an entire series of Classical, Jazz, Celtic, ethnic, and popular music; and the return of the Wa She Shu It Deh Native American Festival. Guests to the site will find visual arts exhibits; an artists-in-residence, children’s art workshops, youth theatre camps and a Cultural Arts Store.