500 Elm St
Portville, NY 14770
It’s the fabulous 50s and the little town of Shingleville is rife with suspicion and speculation. Sprout’s Malt Shop is filled with quirky characters, and one them is guilty of murder! After all, they all have a motive when the reprehensible and unreasonable Jerry Atrick falls over dead after an unexpected blackout. It’s up to Sheriff Colin Allcars to find out who is responsible for the foul play. Was it the trouble-making greaser, Noah Count? Or the bubbly and annoying know-it-all cheerleader, Bobbie Pinz? Surely not her sidekick, Shirley Knott! Could it have been the waitress, Dee Lighted, who takes your order but brings you whatever she feels like? How about the sultry starlet or the dim-witted jock? Order up! This zany mystery delivers exactly what you’re craving: a juicy whodunit served with loads of puns and topped with a heap of nostalgic 50s references!
A Play by Cheri Maxson
Winner of the Shubert Fendrich Memorial Playwriting Contest
November 16 – 7pm
November 17 – 7pm
November 18 – 2pm
Adults – $5.00
Students/Senior Citizens – $3.00
(children 2 and under are free)
Those dressed in 50s attire eligible for a Costume Prize!
Hula Hoop and Twist Contest at Intermission!!!
“Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado”