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Peaches and Crime presents “Everyone Said I Love You”
Friday, February 14 at Roberson Museum and Science Center
6:30 Light Refreshments – 7:00pm Dinner and Show
We need you to solve a mysterious death!
Valentine’s Day 1930, the owner’s wife and a beloved dancer at the Red Herring Speakeasy is found dead. She was loved by all the staff so who could be responsible? Since the cops would haul everyone in for bootlegging, it falls to the speakeasy staff – and you, their guests – to puzzle out the killer’s identity.
Everyone Said I Love You is written by D. Schwartz and C. H. Berman
Tickets: $45, Roberson Members $40
Ticket price includes pre-show light refreshments on Mansion first floor, dinner buffet prepared and served in the Mansion Ballroom by the Broome-Tioga BOCES Culinary Arts Program, dessert and the show “Everyone Said I Love You” performed by Peaches and Crime. The Valentine’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theater is a fundraiser for Roberson Museum and Science Center.
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MEET THE CAST
Daniel Schwartz as Danny Black – Master of Ceremonies
Angela Schwartz as Angie Diamond – Lead Vocalist
Julia Adams as Abbigail Pins – Trombone and Backing Vocals
Cat McDonald as Young Catherine – Clarinet and Backing Vocals
Michael Sclafani as Mikey the Fist – Piano and Backing Vocals
Stephen Longfield as Honest Stephen Longfield – Bass and Backing Vocals
Ross Bennett as Ross – Percussion and Backing Vocals
C. H. Berman as the Professor – Comedian and Sound Engineer
and Introducing Sweet Ruby Williams as Sally
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Funding for Roberson Museum and Science Center is provided in part by general operating support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; The Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts.