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Mayhem & Mystery at The Spaghetti Warehouse

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Add some excitement to your dinner at The Spaghetti Warehouse as on Monday nights Mayhem & Mystery presents “Deadly Dancing”, Tamra and Jerry Francis’ interactive comedy Whodunit. Pat Sways loves to dance. Promoters often hire Pat and his partner, Louise Crick, to entertain the crowds and compete in marathon dance competitions. But this dance battle may prove their most difficult yet. Charles Stun, emcee and judge, plans to watch them carefully, looking for any opportunity to eliminate them. Pat may have to shuffle off to Buffalo to avoid the goons chasing him. Louise hopes that her friend and organizer, Lindy Canon, will help everyone see that the best things happen while you are dancing. Will it be a dance to the death? Or will Pat and Louise take home the title and the prize? Don’t leap to conclusions. Join the dance derby of the decade. Hop to it! Jive with Mayhem & Mystery, and strut your crime-solving skills. Cast includes Marc Pitman as Pat Sways, Elena Monigold as Louise Crick, Jerry Francis as Charles Stun, and Tamra Francis as Lindy Cannon. Performances are at 7:00 PM, Mondays, January 7 through February 25, 2013, plus Fridays, January 18, February 15, and March 1 at the Spaghetti Warehouse, 36 W. Fifth St., Dayton. Tickets cost $25.95, including dinner. Call 937-461-3913 for tickets. Visit www.mayhemmystery.com for additional information.

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