‘Death by Disco’ opens Feb. 14 at Ox Yoke Inn in Amana
|The Old Creamery Theatre and the Ox Yoke Inn are teaming up to bring you the 2013 comic murder mystery dinner theatre! Death by Disco by James Daab opens Feb. 14 and runs through March 16 at the Ox Yoke Inn, Amana®. Pictured left to right (front): Tom Milligan, Deborah Kennedy, both of West Amana, T.J. Besler of Manchester, (back) Jackie McCall of Marengo, Nicholas Hodge of South Amana, Stacia McKee of Coralville, and (kneeling) Sean McCall of Marengo. Tickets are available in person at the Ox Yoke Inn®, Amana or by calling Taylor, Group Sales Manager at the Ox Yoke, weekdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 800-233-3441. (Submitted Photo)|
AMANA — Go back to the 1970s with The Old Creamery Theatre and the Ox Yoke Inn for this year’s comic murder mystery dinner theater “Death by Disco.”
Old Creamery favorites are breaking out the platform shoes and dusting off their disco moves to take audiences to the disco contest where someone won’t be “Staying Alive” after all. The evening comes complete with an Ox Yoke Inn dinner fit for any disco king or queen. Dinner includes salad, entrée of your choice, beverage and dessert.
Written by James Daab, “Death by Disco” opens Feb. 14 and runs through March 16. Performance dates are Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 14-17, and Fridays and Saturdays, Feb. 22 and 23, March 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16.
The cast of “Death by Disco” includes Nicholas Hodge of South Amana; T.J. Besler of Manchester; Stacia McKee of Coralville; Jackie McCall and Sean McCall, both of Marengo; Eddie Skaags of Cedar Rapids; and Deborah Kennedy and Tom Milligan, both of West Amana.
Cost for dinner and the show is $45 per person. Seating starts at 5:30 p.m., and the show starts at 6 p.m. Because the action takes place over dinner, there are no “show only” tickets available.
Tickets are available in person at the Ox Yoke Inn in Amana or by calling Taylor, group sales manager at the Ox Yoke, at (800) 233-3441 weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“Death by Disco” is sponsored by Amana Insurance Agency and Allied Insurance.
The Old Creamery Theatre Company is a not-for-profit professional theater founded in 1971 in Garrison.
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