JAY SOWERS / THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Actors Cheryl Abernathy, right, and Wayne Thomas, far left,  draw the attention of audience members during the early stages of a performance of “When Cletus met Elizabeth” which was part of the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event at Antebellum Brandon Hall on Saturday evening. The performance, hosted by the Natchez Bed & Breakfast Association, followed a hour-long cocktail reception.
JAY SOWERS / THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Actors Cheryl Abernathy, right, and Wayne Thomas, far left, draw the attention of audience members during the early stages of a performance of “When Cletus met Elizabeth” which was part of the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event at Antebellum Brandon Hall on Saturday evening. The performance, hosted by the Natchez Bed & Breakfast Association, followed a hour-long cocktail reception.

Photo feature: Whodunnit mystery theater

Published 12:10am Sunday, June 30, 2013

 

Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — Actors Eric Riggs, right, and Keni Bounds embrace in the early stages of a performance of “When Cletus met Elizabeth” which was part of the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event at Antebellum Brandon Hall on Saturday evening. The performance, hosted by the Natchez Bed & Breakfast Association, followed an hour-long cocktail reception.
Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — Actors Eric Riggs, right, and Keni Bounds embrace in the early stages of a performance of “When Cletus met Elizabeth” which was part of the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event at Antebellum Brandon Hall on Saturday evening. The performance, hosted by the Natchez Bed & Breakfast Association, followed an hour-long cocktail reception.