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Rigatoni Family Reunion promises to be killer affair

There's nothing like family. They know all your faults. They never let you forget your childhood indiscretions. And they love you from cradle to grave. What more could you ask from the people you grew up with? And what better place for a family reunion than beautiful Sedona? A day at the spa for the women. A day on the golf course for the men. And then dinner at the Marketplace Café. Join us on Jan. 13 at 6 p.m. for the Rigatoni Family Reunion.

With aunts and uncles and cousins galore, there's music and wine and the pleasure of seeing family you haven't seen for years. That is until a body hits the floor and a call goes out for help. Enter Detective Richard Dick, a gumshoe straight out of a pulp fiction novel who never met a dame he trusted or a murder he couldn't solve.

But at the Rigatoni Reunion, nothing is what it seems to be. And Dick must find the murderer and protect the innocent before the killer strikes again.

Keep an eye out for suspicious behavior as accusations fly and the interrogations begin.

Everyone is a suspect - including you - as mayhem and laughter take center stage at the Marketplace Cafe. The evening begins at 6 p.m. and it would be a crime to be late. Come prepared to help Richard Dick find the murderer and to enjoy an evening with your uncles and your cousins and your aunts!

There is limited seating so buy your tickets now by calling the Marketplace Café at 928-284-5478. Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre tickets are $39.99 per person and include a delicious four-course meal.

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