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"Death and Taxes"


Apr 13, 2014
02:00 PM


In Hendricks, they’re looking for a murderer. At the small-town city council meeting, Mayor Kathleen Lyles boldly announces that the agenda will include an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the murder of the stranger who walked into town last week. 

The Village Players present: "Death and Taxes," an interactive, murder, mystery comedy

Guess "Who Dunnit?" and win a chance at fabulous prizes. Take the "Prop Quiz" and win a chance at more prizes. 

Refreshments provided by Stellaloona and Lydia's Cafe. 

As an added bonus bring your pre-bought ticket to Wolfe's Tavern the night of the show, have a bite to eat and get a free pass to a daily cruise on the Winni Belle. 

Tickets $12 (a LOT less than your taxes) Sold at Blacks in Wolfeboro or online.




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51 Glendon Street
Wolfeboro, NH

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