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Mystery Ink will present “The Farmer In The Well”           Send a link to a friend

[April 14, 2007]  LINCOLN -- Mystery Ink & Company, an interactive whodunit dinner theater, will present “The Farmer In The Well” on April 14 and 15 at Elizabeth‘s at 123 S. Sangamon,Lincoln, Illinois.

Doors open for the Friday and Saturday evening show at 6:30 p.m. with the show at 7 p.m. and Sunday matinee opens at 1 p.m. and the show is at 1:30 p.m.

Enjoy a Murder Mystery at the Rise and Shine Bed and Breakfast as a performing group from the big city presents the mystery as inn keeper Martha Bates cooks up some fine food. It’s soon obvious that there may be two mysteries to solve. It’s the usual good fun from the Mystery Ink gag with a twist or two along the way to the well. The original show is written by Mystery Ink co-owner Diane Logsdon.

The themed meal by culinary food stylist and co-owner Chris Milliman will feature a choice of ham loaf, fried chicken breast or a vegetarian dish, fresh baked rolls, salad, beverages and a dessert assortment. A cash bar is available.

Cast members include Rachel Zamrazil, Diane Logsdon, Derek Radmacher, Bill Noel, Brad Logsdon and Dave Milliman, all of Lincoln, Julianne Shoopman of Springfield and Rose Rutledge of McLean.

For reservations call 217-732-6102 or check the Mystery Ink web site at

Cutline: From left, Julianne Shoopman, Rachel Zamrazil and Derek Radmacher are among those appearing in Mystery Ink’s “The Farmer in the Well

[Press release from Mystery Ink, Diane Logsdon]


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