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Mystery Night actors serve entertainment
Evening benefits GSU's Continuing Education programs
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Mystery nights aren't called interactive dinner theater for nothing. Actors (left to right, standing) Evan Floyd, Alea Landers and Chay Vasser interact with audience members (seated) David Thompson, Meg Long and Garth Long. - photo by Al Hackle/special
Amateur actors serve up some saucy roles for murder mystery nights produced by the Continuing Education Division at Georgia Southern University. Take, for example, Charles Howell, who played Hamilton "Big Daddy" Sugarbaker in the recent production of "Next of Kin" at Statesboro's Holiday Inn. Some folks couldn't quite take everything that hard-drinking, opinion slinging Big Daddy dished out, and he wound up being carried out feet-first.
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