In the mood for some mystery? If you haven’t been to People’s Light and Theatre Company for one of their latest and greatest shows then it’s time to get in on the theatrical action.

Their next production, Mr. Hart & Mr. Brown, is set in the roaring twenties. The performances debut on July 18th and will run at various times on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until August 19. With so many viewing options, there’s no reason not to snag tickets to the play that tells a story of the volatile meeting between two men of mysterious backgrounds. If you’re already curious, then you must attend to find out what happens when a young newspaper reporter who smells a story is thrown into the mix.

This play, written by Bruce Graham, deserves a front row seat. You won’t want to miss a grueling second of the play’s journey that reveals the gray area between Good and Evil. With Pete Pryor in the director’s chair, the story is bound to intrigue as it weaves through freedom of the press issues with a hint of Old West myth. A play that can be most appreciated where plays belong (on the stage), you have no choice but to grab your mystery, thrill-loving friends and head to People’s Light and Theatre.

Head there early for the July 21st show and you’ll get the added bonus of an Open House at The Farmhouse. From 12 to 4 p.m., you can meet the staff and mingle! Light refreshments will be served, courtesy of The Farmhouse Bistro. Afterwards, grab a few more drinks or maybe a meal until the show starts at 8 p.m. If interested, RSVP to Director of Sales and Catering, Betsy Iovino, at 610.647.1631 x 156 or iovino@peopleslight.org.