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St. Margaret’s Dinner Theatre expands this year

This year, St. Margaret's is preparing to put on two plays for their annual dinner theatre.
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Once again, the Father Lawless Knights of Columbus and St. Margaret School are hosting their fifth annual dinner theatre, and due to so much interest from students to get involved, the evening will see two smaller plays performed rather than one.

The theme this year seems to be mystery and murder, although there’s no mystery about the hard work those involved have been putting into the show. With two directors, stage managers, and various crew members, the show has seen a number of hands involved. 

The first play, directed by Colette Curtis, is called Mystery on 13th Street and tells the story of a group of kids spooked by mysterious disappearances, leaving them wondering if the rumors about the mad scientist who turns kids into cats might actually be true. 

Murder at the Maltshop, directed by Cheryl Gagnon, is slightly darker — when a local with a number of enemies is found dead after a short blackout at Sprout’s Malt Shop, it becomes the sheriff’s job to determine who might have been responsible out of a cast of zany characters. 

The backdrops for this year’s shows, as always, were built by members of the Knights, and the shows will be taking place on May 10, with supper beginning at 6pm and the show at 7pm. Tickets are $25, available by calling St. Joseph’s Church at (306) 694-1944.

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