Dinner and a Murder
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

Dinner and a Murder

Who: GFWC Woman’s Club of Palatka Present

What: “Dinner and a Murder”

When: Thursday, October 11th at 7pm

Where: Woman’s Club Clubhouse at 600 S. 13th Street

Tickets are $30 per person for dinner and the play

 

About the Play:

THE DINGLEHEIMER PREDICAMENT

Maggie Thierrien, an accomplished comedian and actor, has written a zany murder mystery play bringing her talent to playwriting in this zany whodunit, “The Dingleheimer Predicament”. The play is set in the banquet hall of 1940s mansion with a cast of unique and boisterous characters. Each actor swears their innocence in the poisoning of the wealthy, pompous Mr. Dingleheimer played arrogantly by Connie Sours clad in smoking jacket and fez. Veteran actress Dianne Jacoby slinks on stage as his haughty wife (and ex-showgirl!) with plenty of motive for murder. Maggie herself is the heart-broken, innocent (?) housemaid who has been cruelly spurned by Dinglleheimer. But madly infatuated with the lovely maid is agitated and angry Chef Nightshade, played by Mark Jacoby, who dreams of a grandiose future. And what about that shady handyman Mumbles, mysteriously played by Jojn Sours. He pops up constantly adding his cryptic comments to the mix? 

So whodunit? The mystery unravels at the arrival of well-known actor Kelly McTaggart as dynamic Detective McHolligan, a gumshoe who has some dark secrets of his own. The audience will vote on the guilty party. The tension is high as the guilty part is revealed by a ghostly presence. So whodunit? Come find out!

 

About Double Trouble Theatre Co.

Maggie Thierrien and Dianne Jacoby are co-founders of their prolific acting troupe ‘Double Trouble and Company’. The two actors have collaborated and performed together in a number of venues from sixteenth century“ La Comedia” and the Medieval “St. George Mummers” to “Secrets of the Pirate Queens : Anne Bonney and Mary Read”. Each actor also performs in a variety of original one woman shows. The entire troupe also appears at special functions as elegantly garbed Victorian characters, Spanish and British Colonists and as ferocious pirates!

For further information about Double Trouble please go to:

www.doubletroubletheatre.weebly.com

904 806 0454

 

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