Woman's Club plans dinner theater

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By The Staff

This year's the Williston Woman's Club's annual production to raise money for The March of Dimes has it all: comedy, drama, elaborate hats, singing, dancing, and an opportunity for audience participation.

"Trouble at the Tropicabana" will be presented on Friday, April 25, at 7 p.m. The cost of tickets is $25. The evening includes a three\-course dinner and a murder mystery, with prizes being awarded to the some astute audience members who correctly solve the crime.

Starring in the play this year are local attorney Ronny Stevens; area Realtor Kathleen Lowyns; former city councilmen Jake Cason and Jerry Robinson; Williston Woman's Club President, Marguerite Robinson; WHS English Teacher, Amy Lowyns; area businesswoman Susan Travis; and subtitute teacher, Susan Kuznick. The director is Carol Ann Glass.

If you have attended one of the Woman's Club's past productions then you already know what a fun-filled evening it will be. If you have not, here is a chance for an evening of good food and entertainment which includes the opportunity to support a worthwhile cause, The March of Dimes.

Seating is limited, so don't wait to purchase your ticket by calling Mirror Mirror Styling Salon at 528-5525, Judith Golden at 528-2808 or Bunny Sandlin at 528-6762.