“All Over But the Shooting” Murder-Mystery Dinner Theatre Performed

All Over But the Shooting is a fun, campy play in true dinner theatre “whodunit” fashion and will be performed by a group of local actors March 16 – 18.

The audience is invited to participate and help solve the mystery, as cast members mingle. The audience members who correctly guess “whodunit” will be entered in a drawing for a gift certificate prize at each performance.

Produced by the Music and Arts School of Sturgeon Bay and directed by Carrie Counihan, the troupe is presenting the detective mystery at three local restaurant/coffee-shop venues.

Two local restaurants, Family Thyme and John Martins, both on Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, will host upcoming performances. Each restaurant will feature menus highlighting their best entrees and desserts for the performances. The third venue, Prince of Peace Church, will feature a dessert menu.

Family Thyme will host March 16 at 6 pm and cost $25 per person; Prince of Peace Church will host March 17 at 7 pm and cost $15 per person; and John Martins will host March 18 at 7 pm and cost $36 per person.

“We’re presenting a fun night of entertainment, paired with great food,” said Counihan. “With this experienced cast, it’s going to be a hilarious night!”

The newly formed troupe includes local actors Jessica Adams, Marcel Bruyere, Skyler Champeau, Stuart Champeau, Carrie Counihan, Madelyn DePrey, Lola DeVillers, Pamela Johnson, Mary Maloney- Innes, Miluzka McCarthy, Hans Ribbens and Chris Weidenbacher.

Tickets are available at either restaurant or by contacting the Music and Arts School at 920.746.1308.