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Submitted photoActors Nic Wilkes, Bryson Hudson and Maggi Chambers lean over a newly “murdered” wedding guest in Thursday's production of “I'm Getting Murdered in the Morning” by Lee Mueller. The dinner theater was presented by the Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy and entertained hundreds of parents, teachers and community members in the school's gymnasium by candlelight. Director Terry Craven and teachers Lisa Evans and Jeff Epps combined their talents in theater, forensics and 3-D technology to put on the event, which school officials called “an all-around success.”
Submitted photoActors Nic Wilkes, Bryson Hudson and Maggi Chambers lean over a newly “murdered” wedding guest in Thursday's production of “I'm Getting Murdered in the Morning” by Lee Mueller. The dinner theater was presented by the Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy and entertained hundreds of parents, teachers and community members in the school's gymnasium by candlelight. Director Terry Craven and teachers Lisa Evans and Jeff Epps combined their talents in theater, forensics and 3-D technology to put on the event, which school officials called “an all-around success.”
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In the photo at left, actors Nic Wilkes, Bryson Hudson and Maggi Chambers lean over a newly “murdered” wedding guest in Thursday’s production of “I’m Getting Murdered in the Morning” by Lee Mueller.


The dinner theater was presented by the Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy and entertained hundreds of parents, teachers and community members in the school’s gymnasium by candlelight.


Director Terry Craven and teachers Lisa Evans and Jeff Epps combined their talents in theater, forensics and 3-D technology to put on the event, which school officials called “an all-around success.”

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