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Seen on Scene: At ‘Gun Crazy’

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Audience members listen to Xavier Cruxtophant as Bill McDermitt, far left, as they walked around the old water filtration plant on Railroad Avenue on Saturday, April 27, watching the murder mystery “Gun Crazy” unfold. Boulder City History & Arts Foundation presented the play, based on historical events in Boulder City.

Ray White, author of “Gun Crazy,” a murder mystery presented by the Boulder City History &Arts Foundation on Saturday, April 27, at the old water filtration plant, stands near a coffin prop, lent to the group by Boulder City Family Mortuary, while he awaits the next group of audience members to wrap up the tale.

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Sarah Harris, who portrayed Grace Nusser, prepares to enter a scene in Saturday’s, April 27, presentation of “Gun Crazy,” a murder mystery at the old water filtration plant on Railroad Avenue.

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

A group listens for clues as Boulder City History & Arts Foundation presented “Gun Crazy,” a murder mystery based on historical events, on Saturday, April 27, at the old water filtration plant on Railroad Avenue.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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