Gualala Arts Theater opens its 2015 season with an audience participation dinner that features murder as the main course.
The Gualala Arts Culinary Guild joins in to prepare a 3 course meal that will be accompanied by a side of intrigue and a serving of back stabbing, cooked up by a group of chefs that do more with their knives than just cut vegetables.
This will be an interactive murder-mystery play by GibsonHouse Mystery Performers. The play’s author is Katie Hassett, and John Gibson has made minor script changes with her permission.
The play revolves around an International Cooking Competition of renowned Master Chefs, who are known to occasionally break out in song… hopefully, these chefs will do this as part of the evening’s entertainment.
Make your plans now to attend this delicious dinner of fine food, prepared by a group of chefs that will go to any length to win this deadly cooking competition:
- Alfredo Fettucini, Master Chef at the Ritz Hotel, Paris
- Barrie Behintz, Executive Chef, Hotel Imperial Wien, Vienna
- Morgan Davide, Executive Chef, Waldorf Towers, New York City
- Pat Meelater, Head Chef at the Lansborough, London
- Terri Yaki, Executive Chef at the Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong
Judges for this competition will be:
- Master Chef Michel Rhodebateau, Instructeur, Ecole Culinaire Cordon Bleu, Paris, France
- Master Chef Daniel Dezaster, Instructor, Condon Bleu Culinary College, London, England
- Executive Chef Alfredo Bravo, for Bella Mia Ristorante, San Jose, California, U.S.A.
- Light snacks (nuts, popcorn, Chex mix) before dinner
- Caesar salad
- Pork tenderloin piccata (with mushroom, onions, lemon and wine sauce)
- Scalloped potatoes au gratin (gluten free)
- Vegetable medley ( broccoli, carrots, cauliflower with gremolata )
- Berry cobbler with whipped cream
Complimentary coffee and tea included with the dinner. No host bar will offer cocktails, wine, beer and soft drinks.