St. Lawrence School will present the mystery dinner theatre production of “The Conundrum on the Crackerjack Cruise” Friday and Saturday, October 7 and October 8. The evenings begin at 6 p.m. at the Speedway Event Center in Milbank. Guests are welcome to dress in casual cruise wear or elegant evening attire.
Guests climb aboard the luxury cruise liner, Grand Jubilation, and set sail to the Bahamas. On their floating palace, they enjoy a four-course dinner peppered with unique characters, drama, and laughter. All is smooth sailing until one of the passengers resorts to crime! Who did it? How did he or she do it? And why? The culprit must be apprehended and the guests must do their part in the investigation.
The who-done-it production was written by Nancy Bond and is being directed by Deb Rausch. Actors include: Fr. Gary DeRouchey, John Lightfield, Jeremy DeVaal, Chris Batchelor, Andrea Wiese, Deb Rausch, Amanda Nordquist, Mary Munson, Candice Schultz, and Jodi Street, Susie Wendland is the event planner, and Sara Johnson is the director’s assistant. Vince Hagen is the sound technician.
Tickets are on sale at the St. Lawrence School office and cost $40 per person or $360 to reserve a table for eight. For more information, contact the school at 432-5673.
Rehearsing for “The Conundrum on the Crackerjack Cruise” are Mary Munson, Jeremy DeVaal, Andrea Wiese, John Lightfield, and Amanda Nordquist.