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Move Over Mrs. Markham set for 18-show run at Mohawk

March 18, 2010
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Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) and Working Reel Productions today released the details of its dinner theatre collaboration this spring.
 
Mohawk, the mid-season home of Standardbred racing, will host a limited engagement run of shows from April 9 through May 29.  The schedule is a mix of evenings (April 9, 10, 16, 17, 24, 30; May 1, 7, 8, 15, 20, 22, 28, 29) and matinees (April 11 and 25; May 9 and 16).

Move Over Mrs. Markham, a raucous British farce that ran to rave reviews in London and New York, will be offered.

The Ray Cooney and John Champman play will be directed by Buddy Brennan during its run at Mohawk.

"After nearly 2 years of discussions and planning it's great to see our vision for dinner theatre at Mohawk finally coming together,* said Joseph Araujo, WEG*s Director of Catering Sales. *We've seen great early response from people with 2 sold out nights through our initial pre-sale tickets that I'm confident Mohawk Dinner Theatre will be a great hit in the local market."

Tickets are available by contacting WEG*s Central Dining Reservations at 1-888-675-7223.

The Mohawk racing meet begins May 20 and concludes on October 16.(WEG)

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