Murder Café comes to Stone Ridge
“Murder at the Mic,” an original, interactive, comedy-mystery dinner show will be presented at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at The Inn at Stone Ridge, 3805 Route 209, Stone Ridge.
Doors open at 5 p.m.
You’re invited to enter this glamorous and cutthroat world of karaoke competition. Hurry to the Inn at Stone Ridge, where someone is killing the contestants at their Karaoke Clash. Even if you feel that there is plenty of pain and suffering in the world without karaoke, “Murder at the Mic” promises enough fun, thrills and sing-along-able songs to keep you laughing and humming long after the show is over.
Join karaoke jock Monte Bloch as he introduces punk rocker Jools, hard rocker Judd, lounge lizard Jerry, Broadway diva Berdi and America’s sweetheart April-May. Entertainment will be provided by Murder Café (http://murdercafe.net)
The cast includes: Frank Marquette, Sharon Coughlan, Dana Dixon, Sara Jecko, Samantha Grassian, Ryan Hunlock, James Stokes and Courtney Constantino.
Admission is $65 per person, excluding taxes and a tip. There will be a 10% discount for parties of four or more.
For reservations, call (845) 687-0736.
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