Tickets are now on sale for the Killdeer School drama department’s production of “Unfortunate Fortune Cookies,” but the doors will close on the pre-sales on Nov. 4.
There will be a limited number of tickets available at the door for the one-act comedy, which is scheduled for Nov. 14 in the Killdeer School new gymnasium.
“Unfortunate Fortune Cookies” is part of the department’s Dinner and Show. The dinner portion is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. followed by the 30-minute show.
The admission is $10, which includes a homemade dinner of lasagna, garlic bread, corn, salad and dessert and a drink.
The majority of the tickets will be presold, which will determine how many meals need to be prepared, said Nancy Hart, the show’s director.
The story is about a slumber party of four seemingly close friends who have selfishness in them from the tops of their perfect hair-dos down to their extravagantly painted toenails.
In the basement of one of the friends, many activities are planned including eating of Chinese take-out, which came with a few extra and very special fortune cookies. They soon discover that these fortune cookies have the most unique properties: The fortunes are real.
There will be six junior high and high school students involved in the production, Hart said – five will have speaking parts and the other will be operating the light board.
The Dinner and Show is a fund raiser for the theater department, Hart said. Tickets can be purchased at the school in the front office or from a participating drama student.
For more information, interested persons may contact Hart at the Killdeer school.