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January 21, 2014

CURTAIN CALL: Expect Hollywood drama with Player's Murder Mystery Dinner

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

Coming in costume is certainly not required of audience members, but it is encouraged.   It really helps to "set the mood" and seems to encourage audience participation.

Besides, think of how much fun you can have dressing up for this particular MMD.  Just think about dressing for the Academy Awards.  Go Hollywood all the way and don’t hesitate to overdo it.   Eddie may be making a B-movie, but you would certainly consider yourself A-list all the way.

Besides, if you're there in proper attire, YOU might be auditioned for a part in the movie, have your picture taken as you arrive walking up the “red carpet”...or perhaps YOU will win a major award!

It all takes place at the new LaFete located on North Columbia Street.   Doors will open at 6:30 PM both Friday and Saturday nights with the murderous proceedings kicking into full gear by 7:00 PM.

Again that’s February 21 and 22.

So come prepared for some murders, cat fighting, backstabbing and Tinsel town hanky-panky. 

Tickets are just $25 each but must be ordered in advance.  That includes dinner, dessert and schmoozing with the rich and famous.  

Just head to www.milledgevilleplayers.org to purchase tickets.  Once you enter the realm of the PayPal website, you can choose ticket numbers and also leave messages regarding any particular seating arrangements, such as "I would like to be seated with Pearly Spencer", "Could you seat my group with the Cracker Box party which ordered tickets earlier", or "Could you seat me as close to the bar as possible" (my own personal choice).

You can also give a call to 478-314-4054, the MVP hotline, and leave a message.  Mr. Cheek’s senior personal secretarial administrative assistant will return your call right after she has finished “doing lunch” with Louis B. 

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