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Murder is on the menu in “Pasta, Passion, and Pistols”

October 9, 2014

Do you love a good murder mystery?  Do you get excited when you read or watch a well done whodunit?  Maybe you strive to figure out who the killer is before such great detectives as Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, or Sam Spade can?  If you enjoy matching wits with a murderer in a fun and safe atmosphere, then the Minot Area Theatrical Society has just the show for you, “Pasta, Passion, and Pistols”

The play takes place in La Speranza, New York City’s most popular Italian restaurant.  It is the wake for the late owner, Pepi Roni, who was shot in the back by his own gun.  In attendance are his wife Mama Rosa, his children Marco and Angel, his tough talking twin brother Rocco Scarfazzi, Rocco’s fiancée Tira Misu, the brothers’ cousin Bo Jalais, Sister Al Fredo, and the mystical astrologist Clair Voyant.   One of these people is guilty of murder, and it is up to you to figure out who committed the crime and why.

This interactive dinner theater, directed by Nicolette Eisenzimmer and Cassie Rech, stars Tyler Reimche, Stephen and Kit Young, Brandon Shafer, Kristin Nelson, Monica Anderson, and Christine Staley.  Performances will take place in the Stardust Ballroom at the Vegas Hotel October 9-11 at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.  Tickets are $22, which includes the meal, and reservations are suggested.  For more details or to reserve your tickets, call 701-441-9340 or e-mail  Help find Pepi Roni’s killer and have fun while doing it.

See you at the show…

Donald “D.J.” Pitsiladis

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