Mystery Dinner Theatre
Multiple dates from Friday, November 8th to Saturday, November 9th
Shawe Memorial Jr/Sr high theatre department presents...
"The Mystery of Montley's Manor"
This dinner theatre mystery will be November 8th & 9th
Tickets on sale now, RSVP only.
No tickets sold at the door (so as to properly prepare for the number of dinners)
Dinner will be catered by Paradise Cove Catering and consist of Roast Beef, Roasted potatoes, green beans, roll, salad, and Texas Sheet cake (minus nuts)
Tickets are $25 for adults
$15 for students
children 5 and under free
Reservations must be placed by November 4th
Contact 812-493-6003 or email@example.com for reservations
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Shawe Memorial high school
201 W State St
The event runs from 6:30pm to 10:00pm on the following dates.
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