Out and About: What to do and see this weekend
Compiled by Jillian Albrecht
Murder Mystery night happening at Coxhall Mansion June 13
Are these some of the beautiful rooms in the Coxhall Mansion, or possible scenes of a crime? June 13 at 6:30 p.m., they will be both! Join the fun and help raise money for the Coxhall Guild, by getting a tour of the estate, enjoying a four-course meal, and trying to solve a “murder” in the mansion!
The tour and cocktail hour behind at 6:30 and the dinner begins at 7:30. Tickets are $50 per person and $90 for a couple.
Contact Sharon Terry at 317-846-5980, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, to make your reservation and have all your questions answered.
‘Live From New York’
The documentary that opened the TriBeCa Film Festival this year, “Live from New York,” will debut June 12, at the Landmark Theaters Art Cinema in Keystone. What’s so special about it? The film, as described by a Carmel resident who saw it in TriBeCa is “a good review of the political aspect of Saturday Night Live through the years.” Oh, and one of its executive producers was raised in Carmel! That’s right, Emmy-award-winning costume designer, Tom Broecker, is a former Carmel resident and a huge success through his work on series such as SNL and season one of “House of Cards.” Mr. Broecker will be in Carmel late this July to do a Q&A about “Live from New York,” much like one he did at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. for his work on “House of Cards.” Come see “Live from New York” on June 12 and don’t miss Tom Broecker’s Q&A in July!