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By Dani Dreizehnter at TCPalm:

Who says the 1920’s were boring and not roaring?
Not the teens from E.N.D. It!, who are learning all there is to know about flapper dresses, the Charleston, early entrepreneurs like Maggie L. Walker, and what “know your onions” means.

Why?  So they can be as authentic as possible when they premiere their first ever mystery dinner fundraiser featuring an original script of “Bye-Bye Betty.”

The mystery dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 4. Tickets must be bought in advance for $45 per person, or $80 per couple.

Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Santa Lucia River Club at Ballentrae, 3225 S.E. Ballentrae Blvd. in Port St. Lucie, you’re invited to come dressed in vintage attire to blend in with the overall theme of the evening.

From the moment they arrive at 6:30 PM, the audience will become part of the story line, a mystery “whodunnit” that surrounds the life of Betty. Betty is a sweet young heiress planning her big birthday celebration with the help of her closest friends and family: Uncle John, old family friend Mary, best friend Ethel, and boyfriend Bobby. But at least one of them has made twisted plans of their own.

In this hilarious dinner mystery, everything and everyone is not what or who they seem to be.  When Betty doesn’t show up for her own party, only the audience members hold the clues to solve this highly interactive plot!

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