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September 23, 2013

Having dinner and a "Murder on the High Seas"

GREENVILLE — Area residents will soon have a chance to be a part of a murder mystery set in the world of pirates.

“Murder on the High Seas: A Pirate Voyage” is scheduled for the evening of Oct. 4 at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center in Greenville. The Creative Arts Community in Greenville is presenting the murder mystery dinner theater production, in which Napoleon is at war and the East India Trading Company dominates trade. The pirate ship known as Santa Nova needs able seamen to steer to the next port of trade. However, there is a spy among the pirates. If ye be swift and figure out which pirate is a traitor, ye can be the next Pirate of the Month.

The production was written by Teresa Schuster and is being directed by Schuster and Bill Salamon.

Tickets are $15 each and  includes dinner catered by Sandy’s Kitchen & Catering. Sodas and souvenirs will be available for purchase and dessert will be available for purchase from Dairy Manor.

Tickets are available at American National Bank of Texas, 5809 Wesley Street in Greenville.

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