[Seddy (played by Sylmarie Soto) puts the moves on an unsuspecting Durrin (Jerry Moore).]
"It's a fun evening of theater," Thomas-Davidoff said. "There are breaks in between the acting, so [audience members] can talk and mingle and eat."
Advance reservations are required and no tickets will be sold at the door.
The cast includes Marilyn Connolly of Elmhurst, Patrick Gallagher of Wheaton, Vicky Giannini of Chicago, Carson Van Horn of Barrington, Steven Krage of Addison, Shazad Mehta of Hillside, Donna Miller of Countryside, Jerry Moore of Chicago, Katty Perrell of Aurora, Megan Promisco of Elmwood Park, Debbie Proska of Lombard, Mary Proska of Maywood, Alma Read of Des Plaines, Joe Schram of Elmhurst, Scott Surowiecki Streamwood, Tammy White of Woodridge, Alden Williams of Rogers Park, Faith Berry of Joliet and Sylmarie Soto of Naperville. Giannini also serves as musical director and Krage composed added music.
GreenMan has been presenting plays in Elmhurst since being founded in 2003, and welcomes new members and participants in all aspects of theater production.
If you go
WHAT: GreenMan Theatre Troupe presents murder mystery dinner benefit, "Bewitched, Bothered, or Be Murdered!"
WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22 to March 3, with no show Feb. 24
WHERE: Angelo's Ristorante, 247 N. York St., Elmhurst
COST: $55; parking is free
INFO: Tickets at www.greenmantheatre.org and details at 630-464-2646