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Dinner theatre performance to benefit Liberty Chamber

Madison Breslin, left, Leif Johansen, Bob Bliefernich, Stephen Lavelle, Constance Lawrence and Paul Ciliberto surround Carol Bliefernich (center) as she counts out the receipts in “B-I-N-G-O Spells Murder,” a benefit for the Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce.
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October 16, 2013

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NY — A performance of “B-I-N-G-O Spells Murder,” a benefit for the Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce, will be presented as a dinner theatre production on October 26 at the White Sulphur Springs firehouse on Route 52 at 6:30 p.m.

The evening will be produced by Big Sky Productions of Grahamsville, which recently celebrated its 17th anniversary and has a lifelong practice of performing benefits for non-profit organizations. Big Sky’s artistic Carol Montana directs the play.

Admission costs $25 and includes the show as well as a homemade dinner including salad, lasagna and dessert. Advance tickets are on sale in Liberty at Barbanti Realty, Antique Palace Emporium, Catskill Hudson Bank, Hillside Greenhouses, Jeff Bank and Liberty Diner, plus Monique’s Books in White Sulphur Springs. For reservations (strongly suggested), call 845/292-2270.