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Murder mystery benefits Liberty chamber


April 26, 2012

LIBERTY, NY — "Last Will & Testament," by Lisa Patrick-Wilkinson, a murder mystery dinner theatre event to benefit the Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce, will be held on April 29 at the Liberty Fire House, 256 Sprague Ave.

An audience participation murder mystery, the Big Sky production takes place at a memorial dinner in honor of Jonas Carmody, president and founder of Carmody Oil. Dead of natural causes at the age of 78, Jonas left an estate valued in excess of $30 million. The heirs apparent are in for a big surprise when they gather together with his friends and business associates to pay their respects.
Who is willing to kill for their fair share? The prim and proper step-daughter? The greedy, ne'er-do-well brother? The hot-shot lawyer? The underpaid security guard? Or the floozy girlfriend?
Audience members are encouraged to come in dressed in their Texas best, and will team up with the detective to crack clues, obtain evidence and help solve the crime committed before their very eyes.
BYOB. Call 845/292-5807 or 292-5770. Admission costs $25, and includes a three-course dinner and the show.