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The cast of "I'm Getting Murdered in the Morning" includes standing, from left, Howard Hupe, Liz Siracusa, Jim Hewlett, Cynthia Basinger and Morgan Curtis, with Chris Rose on the floor. The show will be staged May 20-21 in Winters. Courtesy photo

Theater

Help solve Winters whodunnit

By May 14, 2011

Bang! Whodunnit? Who shot the mysterious man during the garter toss at the wedding?

Was it Harold Montague, father of the bride? Wealthy, well-educated CEO and president of a major local corporation he built from scratch?

Or was it his wife, Mildred?  Spoiled, callous, opinionated, sharp-tongued, most comfortable with a dry martini in hand?

Or perhaps it was the groom, Edward Crock? He’s your “good ol’ boy” with money who loves to go huntin’ and shootin’.

Sheila “Coquette,” the mother of the groom, on the other hand, won a fortune in the lottery. Shortly thereafter, her husband passed away,

Everyone has secrets to hide. The murder could have been committed by any one of these suspects … or perhaps by some seemingly innocent wedding guest.

Come help the Winters Theatre Company solve the mystery in “I’m Getting Murdered in the Morning,” at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Winters Community Center, 201 Railroad Ave. This dinner event, catered by Tomat’s California Cuisine, is a fundraiser for the theater company.

Tickets are $25 in advance, available at Pacific Ace Hardware or the Winters Chamber of Commerce. Reservations are requested by Tuesday; call (530) 795-4014 or email [email protected]

Debbie Davis

Debbie Davis

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