Virtual Theatre Performance of "A Virtual Whodunnit"

In "A Virtual Whodunnit," Preston Sterling is hosting a Zoom meeting with his children, third wife, and closest staff to celebrate his birthday. The bitter, old billionaire is bullying everyone once again and threatening to change his will when — ZZZZZT! Sterling is electrocuted through his cell phone. Enter Rockford Sloan, homicide detective. Through a series of Zoom conferences, Sloan questions the usual suspects, all of whom had a motive. With a wink and a healthy nod to those famous noir detectives of yesteryear, “A Virtual Whodunnit” is written to be performed entirely online. When every suspect has motive and opportunity, it’s up to our brave detective and the audience to find the killer. With three possible endings, every performance means viewers will never be sure “who did it.”

Showtimes

To catch the live streamed performances of "A Virtual Whodunnit," visit tix.cpcc.edu to purchase your $5 access code for the following days and times:

  • Friday, Oct. 2, Saturday, Oct. 3, 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, Oct. 4, 2:30 p.m.

Central Piedmont Fall Virtual Theatre

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, Central Piedmont Theatre will perform three productions virtually this fall, bringing live, local theatre into the homes of theatre aficionados across the region, state, and country. Be sure to also catch our other virtual performances: