Audience members have the chance to guess who the killer is when the Illinois Central College Theatre Program presents nine performances of Bullets for Broadway beginning November 10 through November 19 in the studio theatre of the ICC Performing Arts Center, located on the East Peoria Campus.
Included in the run of the show are four dinner theatre events, which take place at the Friday and Saturday performances of the show. Tickets to the four dinner theatre shows cost $20 for all ages and include a meal, along with a ticket to the event. The four Friday and Saturday dinner theatre events begin at 6:30 pm. In order to have accurate attendance totals for food preparation, tickets for the dinner theatre performances must be purchased by noon on Thursday the week of the performance; there will be no walk-up sales immediately prior to the dinner theatre performances the evening of the event. A menu is available at ArtsAtICC.com.
All other performances have no dinner served. Sunday performances begin at 2:30 pm; all other non-dinner theatre performances begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets for all non-dinner theatre performances cost $8 for the general public and $6 for students and senior citizens.
There is no performance Monday, November 13.
Gangster Tony Alto & his wife Toffee are the main characters in Bullets for Broadway, a story that answers the question, “what would happen if The Sopranos met The Producers?” Toffee wants to be a Broadway star and Tony needs to "clean" some money, so he hires two producers to mount a hit musical--The Mafia Queen--starring Toffee. The only catch is that the show must be sold out opening night and get great reviews, no matter what it costs…or else! Leave it to playwright Baxter Mallystock and his writing partner Eli Blain. Audience members are invited to the party after opening night to revile as the reviews come in…along with the FBI and a few stray bullets. This show is a brand new combination of mystery, comedy and music, all which just go to prove that sometimes, when people say they are going to make a hit, they mean it!
Cast members in Bullets for Broadway and their hometowns include: Logan Dean, Princeville; Ameilia Dierks, Morton; Kylie Gates, Hanna City; Vanessa Hesh, Pekin; Traci Knott, Glasford; Noah Lane, Trivoli; Liz Lape, Roanoke; Tori Lowman, Pekin; Allison Massey, Pekin; Dylan McDonell, Washburn; and Dalton Sanders, Lafayette.
Robin Berkley directs the ICC production. The book and lyrics for Bullets for Broadway were written by David Landau with music by Killer Tracks. The show is rated G for all audiences and is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Tickets cost $8 for the general public and $6 for students and senior citizens.
This show is presented by the Arts at ICC, which has a rich history of enhancing the arts community and expanding education beyond the classroom. Arts at ICC presents more than 500 exhibits, performances, lectures, rehearsals, meetings, master classes, clinics, seminars, receptions, orientations, forums, auditions and tournaments annually.
For tickets or more information, visit ArtsAtICC.com or call the ICC Performing Arts Center Box Office at (309) 694-5136.