Anyone for dinner and a mystery?
Take a trip back to the 70’s, during the International Winter Competition. Meet two bumbling Russian Ice Dancers, suave Antonio Bomba, Italy’s finest downhill skier, a pair of feuding figure skaters and more. In the midst of this motley crew are Russian spies and the missing heir to the throne of Bratsylvania.
Join Lt. Crumbo of the Rocky Mountain Police Department in solving the mystery of “A Rocky Night in a Mountain Chalet” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 12 or Tuesday, April 13 at St. Mary Catholic Church’s parish hall located at 912 W. Orange St in Orange.
Feast on a sumptuous meal prepared by award winning Chef Terry Gautier, gathering clues as the plot unfolds portrayed by members of the Orange Community Players.
“A Rocky Night,” is directed by Christine Brown Zeto. Jan Freeman, Jody Chesson, Cody Vásquez, Robert Freeman, Carolyn Mello, Nolan LeBlanc and Taylor Pousson are just a sampling of the actors that will bring this year’s offering of Southeast Texas Hospice’s Mystery Dinner Theater to life. Hospice’s main fundraiser for the year can be enjoyed for only $25 a person. Tables of eight can be reserved for larger groups.
Bill Leger will once again emcee the evening. There will be a silent auction and door prizes. Glenda’s Bake-A-Cake is providing dessert.
Reserve your spot by calling Southeast Texas Hospice at 886-0622. Seating is limited and tends to sell out.