Theater plans dinner production after hiatus
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Brenda Norton Hall, Cody Vaughn, Teresa Harris, Enzo Silva, Rich Goodman, Lindsay Sparks and Jeff Bennett will entertain at ‘Last Bite of Chocolate’ on Saturday. <br> Special to the MDJ
Brenda Norton Hall, Cody Vaughn, Teresa Harris, Enzo Silva, Rich Goodman, Lindsay Sparks and Jeff Bennett will entertain at ‘Last Bite of Chocolate’ on Saturday.
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Cherokee Theatre Company is serving up the delightfully sweet murder mystery dinner theater, “The Last Bite of Chocolate” Saturday at 7 p.m.

Dinner theater productions are a long-standing tradition for CTC with this production marking the 12th dinner theatre to be performed in Cherokee County.

Also a long standing tradition is having Jeff Bennett and Ed Palombo at the helm.

After a two-year hiatus from producing a dinner theater, Bennett and Palombo were excited to get started on the project.

“Murder mysteries are a favorite for Cherokee County audiences. Another favorite? Chocolate of course, so what better way to bring these things together then with a fun and riotous dinner theatre,” Palombo said.

The biggest challenge was finding a space for the production, since a dinner theater works best in a non-traditional theater space.

An opportunity presented itself in a partnership with the Knights of Columbus group at St. Michael’s the Archangel.

“It’s exciting to have a performance opportunity in the Woodstock area,” Palombo said.

The performance serves as fundraising opportunity for both CTC and the Knights of Columbus.

Audience members will enjoy dinner and show for $25. Save $25 by reserving a full table for six for $125.

The performance will be in St. Michael’s Parish Hall at 490 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock. Tickets are available online at

cherokeetheatre.org or by calling (770) 591-0282.
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