Murder Mystery Dinner – March 16, 2017

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Tickets will be available for purchase until March 12th. Pre-sale tickets only. No tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets can be purchased online or from a board member or cast member.

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The Story

At the height of prohibition in 1920’s Chicago, there was a mob war brewing between the South Side Gangsters and the Northern Chicago Mob Outfit. The two ruthless crime leaders, Hal Sapone and Beanie O’Dannon, reached a mutual agreement on bootlegging practices in Chicago and decided to pull together resources and undergo a collaborative effort with criminal endeavors. (This was similar to bailing out a hole-ridden ship with tin cups as it was only a matter of time before one side dropped the anchor and let the ship submerge.)

To everyone’s surprise, gangsters from either side were spotted partying together at various speakeasies but the tension in the air was thick enough to be cut with a knife. However, this newfound relationship between the mob bosses did inhibit gratuitous bloodshed between the two groups. To further aid this new relationship, both crime bosses found new female companions, thereby intertwining more relationships between the two mobs.

The two factions decided to meet at the Grand Gatsby Speakeasy to resolve all differences. Will a massive melee break out and rekindle the fatal flames between these two criminal organizations? This is where your story begins…

The Characters you will get to meet are Zetta Zarbo, Hal Sapone, Mona Crawfish, Kara Low, Beanie O’Dannon, Haddie Drinx, Tommy ‘Four Guns’ Beagle, ‘Handsome Sam’ McWarthy. These characters will be portrayed by local business and government leaders such as Robert Smyth, Mark Webb, Commissioner Rhonda Wallace, Dr. Clem Slack, Cathy Kerce, Carol McCann, Severo Avila, Dr. Brad Bushnell, Commissioner Scotty Hancock, Oliver Robbins, Elaine Abercrombie, and retired Chief of Police Elaine Snow.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m.with a silent auction and dinner will be catered by Two Can Do Catering and served at 6:30 p.m.