Murder mystery dinner theatre with audience participation

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The public will have the opportunity to identify the murderer.

The public will have the opportunity to identify the murderer.

The Canada Plus Club’s third Murder Mystery dinner theatre will present a riotous drama in which every member of the audience will be part of the act and get the chance to finger the killer. The play, “Fond Farewell,” with 12 actors under the direction of Carmen O’Neill, will take place at the Miramar Intercontinental Hotel on Monday, April 28, Tuesday, April 29 and Wednesday, April 30.

The audience plays the role of invitees to the reading of the will of Ben Fullman, a famed novelist and Hollywood script writer who has left $100 million, and they are all hoping that their names will be mentioned when the bequests are read out. Their involvement starts with the delivery of their “invitations,” the mystery continues when they arrive to sign the book of condolences, and continues as the will is read. Their hopes start to fade as some other claimants arrive to disrupt the proceedings and the fun begins. But they will still have a chance to take home a reward, if they can identify the murderer.

The first dinner course and wine will be served prior to the start of the first act, and the rest of the meal before the second and third acts.

Whodunnit?

Whodunnit?

“Invitations” (tickets) are $40 for members of the Canada Plus Club and $50 for non members and can be ordered by calling 6619-6890 or by email to clubcanadaplus@gmail.com. Tables will seat 10 or 12 people. Tickets will be delivered to your home or office.

Membership of the CanadaPLUS Club is open to people of all nations, and its 500 members and associates include representatives of 26 countries who are eligible for special benefits and discounts, including health insurance.

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