St. Lawrence School in Milbank presents its annual mystery dinner theatre play, Missing Greenbacks – An Old-Time Radio Mystery, on Friday and Saturday, October 6 and 7. The doors open at 6 p.m. at the Speedway Event Center. The show starts at 7 p.m.
Deb Rausch is the director, and Vince Hagen is in charge of the sound. Cast members include: Andrea Wiese as Kitty Blakemore, Mary Munson as Martha Simmons, Brenna Rausch as Mrs. Nelson, and Mary Hagen as Mrs. Fitzgerald. The Gentlemen will be played by Jacob Ebsen as Zane McGuire, John Lightfield as Earle Crandall, Josh Wendland as Clayton Wells, and Fr. Gary DeRouchey as Mr. Fitzgerald. The Lawrence Sisters will be played by Bobbi Meyer, Kim Folk, and Alaina Rausch.
Tickets are $40 per person and include dinner. Reserved tables for 8 are $360. Tickets can be purchased at the St. Lawrence School office or by calling 605-432-5673.
“Don’t miss the fun, food, and prizes,” says Rausch. The play is set in 1948 and attendees are encouraged to dress in the styles of the 1940’s.
Cast members include: (Back l. to r.) Jacob Ebsen, John Lightfield, Josh Wendland, and Fr. Gary DeRouchey. (Front) Sarah Weinberg, Director Deb Rausch, Alaina Rausch, Brenna Rausch, Andrea Wiese, Mary Munson, and Mary Hagen.