The suspense begins in Roadkill Falls, Penn., when Harry Cooper, the leader on a group trip, suddenly becomes ill.\r\n\r\nBy the time the bus reaches the resort, Cooper has kicked the bucket \u2013 and it\u2019s up to private eye Sam Club to determine if something sinister is to blame.\r\n\r\nThat\u2019s the story that will come alive on stage at Puffabelly\u2019s Depot Restaurant in Old Town Spring for the next production of local theatre group Old West Melodrama.\r\n\r\nThe family friendly dinner show, \u201cSam Club, Private Eye in the Case of the Motorcoach Murder,\u201d opens on Friday, Oct. 6. Performances continue Friday and Saturday evenings through Saturday, Oct. 21.\r\n\r\nThe play will be held at Puffabelly\u2019s Depot Restaurant, 100 Main St. in Spring, with dinner and a pre-show starting at 7 p.m. Purchasing dinner is required to attend the show. The melodrama begins at 8 p.m.\r\n\r\n\u201cPrivate eye Sam Club will launch an intensive investigation to find the murderer in an outrageous cast of characters,\u201d producer Jeannine Cole said. \u201cThere\u2019s Harry\u2019s young wife Minnie Cooper and Cornelia Bellweather, a member of the senior group. Sam\u2019s mother Wilimena could even be the guilty one. It\u2019s up to our audience to guess who-done-it!\u201d\r\n\r\nThe dinner theatre is an interactive experience \u2013 and audience participation is encouraged.\r\n\r\nOld West Melodrama, stationed at 100 Main Street in Old Town Spring, is the only performing group in the greater Houston area that offers melodramas and murder mystery dinner shows year round. The troupe, founded by Joe Cole, is comprised of experienced actors and performers who enjoy interacting with the audience. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 713-364-9190, email email@example.com or visit www.oldwestmelodrama.com.