You Have The Right to Remain Dead- April 6 & 7
Friday, April 6 @ 6:30 pm - Saturday, April 7 @ 6:30 pm
UPDATE! The Dinner Theatre performance on Friday is SOLD OUT | Tickets are still available for Saturday.
Mystery. Murder. And, lots of surprises and laughs abound in the Palace’s annual Dinner Theatre held in the May Pavilion.
Following a catered buffet dinner, “YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN DEAD” narrator, Harnell Chesterton, will take the audience to visit a small community theatre group staging a play set in the Deep South….and the scene of the crime. Here you’ll meet Fat Daddy, a rich but vindictive southern gentleman with an equally conniving and scheming family: Sweet Mama, Daddy’s pandering wife; Hyacinth, the daughter who’s always cleaning the family firearms; Earl the worm and his overly amorous wife, Savannah; and Clete, the sullen handyman who, for some reason, is in the will? But, did a member of the cast commit the murder—or did someone in the audience?
Twists, turns and a fast-paced dialogue will keep the audience guessing “whodunnit” until the last clue is dropped.
All Occasions Catering will prepare the family style dinner: Choice of Penne Pasta & Shrimp in Tomato Basil Sauce or Braised Beef Short Ribs, Roast Fingerling Potatoes, Steamed Broccoli, Assorted Desserts, and a Deluxe Coffee Bar. A cash bar will also be available.
Directed by Margaret Bowman. Reserved Seating $40 for dinner and show.*
Please contact the Palace Box Office (740) 383-2101 to reserve your seats. Box Office hours 9a-5p Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri.
*non-member fees apply ($1 per ticket)
MEET THE CAST:
HARNELL CHESTERTON – Bob Sullivan-Neer
OFFICER BAINBRIDGE – Mike Cochran
BLANCHE LaTOURE – Dee Ehrman
ARNOLD TURNBULL/FAT DADDY – Bruce Cudd
DORIS TURNBULL/SWEET MAMA – Joni Carlson
LOIS JACOBSEN/SAVANNAH – Rebecca (Becky) Pfeiffer
STEVE RANDALL /EARL – Tim Lutz
LEIGH DORSETT/HYACINTH – Sarah Perkins
AJAX CONROY/CLETE – Jay Reid
TRUDY MARSH – Sami-Kay Mergy
“You Have the Right to Remain Dead” by Pat Cook | Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. | Performance follows dinner | Doors open at 6 p.m.