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Pawnee Heights' play is scheduled Saturday
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ROZEL -- “Dead Men Don’t Need Dress Rehearsals,” will be the presentation of the Pawnee Heights Players during its annual dinner theater Saturday night at Pawnee Heights High School.

Tickets benefit the junior class as a fundraiser for prom and their senior trip.

A serving of chicken fried steak, mashes potatoes and gravy, green beans, salad, dessert and drinks starts at 6 p.m. The play starts at 7 p.m. If patrons just wish to view the play, there is no charge.

Pawnee Heights students participating are seniors Catera Hoffman, Colten Henbest, Kiersten Baier, Katie Alnor; juniors Micaela Polson, Ryan Klenke, Roger Klenke, Spencer VanMeter; sophomores Regan Carlson, Bailey Seltmann, Caleb Karst, Allison Lupfer, Nicole Roberts; and freshmen Dalton Hamby,

Josiah Carr. Playwright William D. Nutt starts the production as an audience in attendance at a dress rehearsal of “Real Dead Men Don’t Eat Quiche.” Th e production has a problem when the main actor is killed. A private detective and his assistant take over the stage in an attempt to solve the crime. The play involves some audience participation.

The play is produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Company. For information, call Pawnee Heights, 620-527-4211.