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Trinity Catholic School Sponsors Interactive Dinner Theater

OSWEGO, NY – Trinity Catholic School will be hosting Death in the Ivy Halls, an interactive murder mystery musical comedy dinner theater, on Friday, May 20, at the Oswego Elks Club.

The fun begins with a cocktail hour at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and the show starting at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $50 per person and may be obtained at Canale’s Restaurant, Rudy’s Lakeside Drive-In, or at the school.

Tables may be reserved by large groups or corporate sponsors – call the school at 343-6700 to reserve your group’s table.

Death in the Ivy Halls will be performed by Private Eyes Unlimited, a professional theater group based in Seneca Falls.

Their unique blend of music, comedy and interactive “whodunnit” murder mysteries have won rave reviews from audiences throughout Upstate New York.

Death in the Ivy Halls is an interactive musical comedy with live music.

The audience is invited to join in the fun and even take the part of a character if they desire.

Suspicious characters will mingle with you during the cocktail hour.

Just when you think you’ve found out who the characters are and how they relate to each other, someone you’ve just met “dies!”

A detective (possibly a defective detective) leads the investigation, but the audience determines who the killer is.

During dinner, all the suspicious characters mingle about, joining you at your table. The action is fast and furious and the jokes fly non-stop.

The suspense is unbearable, and so are some of the jokes.

All proceeds from the show will help to support Trinity Catholic School.

Trinity Catholic, located at 115 E. Fifth St., serves students in pre-school through grade six.

For more information about the school or about the dinner theater, please call the school at 343-6700, e-mail Principal Joseph Lazarski at jlazarski@syrdiocese.org, or visit www.oswegotrinitycatholic.org

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