The Barn Theatre's second show of the season is the Ken Ludwig's award winning comedy/thriller, “Game' Afoot,” which offers you police sleuths a whodunit with a murderous, comedic twist. In 2012, Game's Afoot won the Edgar (Edgar Allan Poe) Award presented by the Mystery Writers of America for Best Play. Ludwig, an accomplished playwright, is also known for his Tony ward winning production of “Lend Me a Tenor.” In “Game's Afoot,” Broadway star William Gillette, admired for his role as Sherlock Holmes, invites fellow cast members to his Connecticut mansion for the weekend. When a guest is murdered, Gillette assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, and tracks down the killer. This play, set during the Christmas holidays, offers audiences many laughs, dangers, physical comedy, and special effects. Reserved seats are only $25. Student and group discounts are available. For tickets, visit or call the box office at 287-4884 or visit the Barn website at www.barn-theatre.com. The Barn Theatre is a non-profit community theater selected as the best community theater in Martin County.