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Sacandaga Musical Theater and SVAN Present:

Redneck Revenge! A Murder Mystery Dinner Show

Friday, November 2nd, at the Inn at the Bridge, Northville -

dinner at 7pm, show at 8pm
Call 518-420-9591 for reservations

 

Saturday, November 3rd, at the Johnstown Moose Club -

dinner at 7pm, show at 8pm
Call 518-725-3897 for reservations

 

Sunday, November 4th, at The Alpine, Wells -

dinner at 4pm, show at 5pm
Call 518-684-0314 for reservations

 

Saturday, November 10th, at Harold’s Restaurant, Gloversville -

dinner at 7pm, show at 8pm
Call 518-775-9881 for reservations

It’s the Shady Pines Mobile Home Park and Auto Shop annual picnic, and tensions are high when Wanda’s long-lost cousin shows up unannounced. Join this dysfunctional family as they try to uncover its deepest secrets. Is Wanda’s son Junior as really “special” as he claims to be? Will Jethro stay faithful to his beer-drinkin’ baby-mama, Lurlene? Why isn’t the Auto Shop making any money? What does Betty Sue REALLY do with all the cans she collects? Is Loretta really that off her rocker? And what exactly is in store for the park’s residents with long-lost cousin Bobbie-Jean now in the picture? Whatever it is, it might be just enough to drive someone to murder!

Tickets are $30 a person and include dinner, dessert, and the show. Cash bar is available. Doors open no earlier than a half-hour before dinner begins. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.


Sacandaga Musical Theater and SVAN

Sacandaga Musical Theater has a rich history of both musical and dramatic presentations to the community. As part of SVAN, their mission is to continue to provide residents and visitors in the Sacandaga Valley region the opportunity to both attend and participate in quality musical theater productions and to increase the variety of arts and entertainment available for the enrichment of the community.

Scandaga Musical Theater (SMT) events include dinner theaters, book shows and cabaret style performance in a variety of locations, bringing music and fun to everyone. High school and college students often join the cast for an enriching opportunity for themselves and a delight for the audiences.

SVAN is a non-profit organization supporting the visual and performing artists in the Sacandaga Valley region with gallery exposure, community concerts, and skill development workshops that are offered to the public.

Sacandaga Musical Theater functions as the theater arts portion of SVAN. The mission is to continue to provide residents and visitors in the Sacandaga Valley region the opportunity to both attend and participate in quality musical theater productions and to increase the variety of arts and entertainment available for the enrichment of the community.

Learn more at svanarts.org or visit facebook/Sacandaga Valley Arts Network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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