Take a step back in time and board a cruise ship this weekend with the Central Campus Playmakers.
The spring play called "Incognito" is a mystery-comedy that follows the story of a murder aboard a pleasure cruise in the 1940's.
The murder of a World War Two spy rocks the boat in the early morning hours, and it's left to Captain Mitchell to assume the detective roll on the ship, interviewing ladies on board to solve the mystery.
(Jacob Charley, Incognito: Captain Mitchell) "I get all these women together in a room and I pull them off one by one asking them certain questions to see if they have anything to hide and I try to get one of them to crack. See if one of them killed him."
(Chad Gifford, Central Campus Playmakers) "We have nearly 70 students involved on and off stage and they work for about two months to put this together and I think it's really cool to see what young people can accomplish when they put their minds to it and work at it."
'Incognito' performances will take place at Minot Central Campus Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday, March 3rd at 2:00.
Admission is $5 for students and $7 for adults.