June 6, 2007 - THEY
improv's Justifiable Homicide Murder Mystery Show Featured in
the New Times Broward / Palm Beach
THEY improv's Justifiable Homicide Murder
Mystery Show Featured in the New Times Broward / Palm Beach
6, 2007: Does This Soup Come with a Life Vest?
by Jamie Laughlin
cutbacks inflicted on the handicapped and the developmentally
disabled - hey, it's hard to conjure a more tragic occurrence.
The only thing that could trump it in the "life's biggest
drags" competition might be something truly horrific, like,
say, the sinking of the Titanic. This makes one question
why the folks at Whispering Oaks - a noble and valiant
organization that crusades in the fight for equality among persons
of various ableness levels - would pick the most catastrophic
of all possible settings to create ambiance for its murder
mystery dinner party and fundraiser. But they did just that!
Oh, and don't bother checking your coat at the door; we have a
feeling you won't need it again.
Wednesday night, step aboard the Titanic and try to solve the
noir whodunit before anyone else. (Here's a hint: The killer is
really big, white and made of ice. Hmmm?) But that's not the point
of the night. Neither is the feasting and fun that you'll have
with your friends. The main point of the evening is to raise some
much-needed ducats for Whispering Oaks, a local facility that
provides shelter and nurturing relationships for people with developmental
disabilities. So go, bring friends, feel good about being a contributor,
and for God's sake, bring your floaties. Dinner is at Little Mermaid
(1437 S. Powerline Rd., Pompano Beach). Tickets cost $60. Call
561-870-5227 to RSVP.
THEY improv is South Florida's leader in
corporate comedy shows and performs regularly for some of the
areas' top companies. Often performing for charities, THEY improv
is changing the face of comedy in South Florida. THEY can be seen
in various venues in the area and the website at www.THEYimprov.com
is regularly updated with information about upcoming events and