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The Cannon Theatre Presents "The Altos," Starring Groton's Linda Valentine

The Cannon Theatre (410 Great Rd, Littleton) is pleased to present their annual murder mystery dinner theatre staring Groton local Linda Valentine.
     The Altos, written by David Landau, is just like the Sopranos...Only Lower. Meet the family that inspired it all, the Altos. It’s Tony’s funeral and his wife Toffee has invited you to the wake. His nephew Chris wants you to check your weapons at the door. Uncle Senior is always in trouble and Tony’s mother is a bit daffy. Tony’s shrink is giving free analysis. Father Flip isn’t quite sure what he’s doing. But one thing is for sure, almost no one seems sad that Tony is gone. Be prepared to be drawn into the action, to laugh, dodge bullets, and figure out who put the contract out on Tony!
     There will be a door prize, a whodunit winner, a “name that movie” winner, and a Colonial Inn (brunch for two) raffle. Shows are September 12, 13, and 14 at 6 p.m. at The Colonial Inn (48 Monu- ment Square, Concord. Tickets are available at www.TheCannon Theatre.org
     The Cannon Theatre is a small nonprofit community theater located in the heart of Littleton. The Altos is just the beginning of their special tenth anniversary season. Visit www.TheCannonTheatre. org to see other shows happening this season.
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