It’s a big night tonight for a local playright… Menominee River Mysteries: The Summer of ’27, a new play written by Menominee resident Anthony LaMalfa, will run starting tonight through Sunday the 12th, and again the 17th thru the 19th at the Herbert L. Williams Theatre on the campus of UW-Marinette. Friday and Saturday performances will be at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. This Theatre on the Bay premiere is set during Prohibition in the 1920s. A murder mystery which sees Marinette County’s bootleggers making a name for themselves—until a corpse washes ashore on the bank of the Menominee River and they’re to blame! Local law enforcement takes sides, and unlikely heroes emerge. A free, opening night reception will be held tonight from 6:30 to 7:20 p.m., in the theatre lobby. A special exhibit featuring local historical photos displayed in the art gallery during this run. Tickets are $12 adults, $8 students, and free to current UW-Marinette students with ID. Tomorrow, On Veterans Day, veterans who show their ID at the box office will be admitted for free. Ticket info at Marinette dot uwc dot edu slash theatre, or at the Theatre on the Bay box office one hour before each show. Learn more online at Menominee River Mysteries.com.