OU SINGLES CONNECTIONS PRESENTS “DINNER AND A MURDER,” FEBRUARY 11 IN GREATER NEW YORK AREA, REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS JANUARY 19
If looks could kill, odds are high it would be at the “Dinner and a Murder” on Saturday night, February 11, with early registration closing on Monday, January 9. This program is presented by the OU Singles Connection, a division of the OU Department of Community Services | Jewish Community Programs, for singles to meet, mingle, and have a good time. This event is geared for professionals in their 20s and 30s.
The murder mystery, with a 1920’s theme, is scripted for 50 characters, from leading roles to supporting roles. All participants will have roles and are highly encouraged to come in costume. Registration space is limited, based upon character role availability and personality type. Character backgrounds and updates will be sent before the event to familiarize participants with their characters.
The scene of the crime and time, held somewhere in the Greater New York area, will be disclosed upon registration at .
At the event, each participant will receive a booklet to keep confidential regarding their character. After the crime, clues and evidence must be found, suspects need to be questioned and the mystery needs to be solved.
Prizes will be awarded at the end of the evening for “Super Sleuth,” “Best Costume,” “Best Performer,” and more.
Early registration, before Monday, January 9, is $20; general admission is $30. The deadline for all applications is Thursday, January 19. All proceeds will help to support the OU Beautiful Child Toy Drive for hospitalized children.
For further information, contact Hannah Farkas, at 212-613-8351 or go to www.ou.org/community_services.
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