As April Fools Day draws closer, Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre is once again planning to celebrate “all fools day” with another Doc McCoy Murder Mystery Theatre fundraiser. “Murder on Ice” will take place at the Anglican Church Hall in Vankleek Hill on March 31 and April 2. This year’s cast will include nearly all of the now seasoned, famous, and fabulous five-some of Stuart Robertson, Dana Fisher, Hebb Russell, Alison Logee, Thaila Riden, and of course, world- class detective “Doc” McCoy will be on the scene to make sure justice served. But this year the extraordinary addition of Louise “zumba chief” Stephenson will certainly add her own special sparkle.
Like last year, the Friday evening theatre ticket of $40 will include a full gourmet Italian meal, and cash wine bar, but new this year will be a special Sunday matinee for $25 for those who would prefer to simply watch the hilarious hijinx over a cup of coffee or tea and a selection of sweets. Both tickets are now on sale at The Review and Scotiabank VKH.
The organizers encourage anyone interested in attending to get tickets early. Last year the event was sold out two weeks in advance. The Friday evening supper theatre is March 31, at 6 p.m., and the Sunday matinee is April 2 at 2 p.m. Tables can be reserved for groups. To reserve group seating, or make inquiries, call event organize Reenie Marx at 514-209-0259
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