Asnuntuck Community College Foundation announces cast for their 17th Annual Murder Mystery. The event will be held on Friday, March 27, at 6:00 p.m. at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield. This year’s event, catered by Maneeley’s of South Windsor, will include social hour, silent and live auctions, dinner and the show. Guest reservations are $85.00 per person and can be made by visiting www.asnuntuck.edu/donate.
Under the direction of Chad Glabach, Asnuntuck Community College, “Talk About a Murder” a hilarious murder mystery comedy which takes place on the Nickie and Ricky Rivers show as they broadcast their talk show live on the road. Guests will enjoy this bumpy ride complete with egos, personality clashes, and murder! Proceeds from the event benefit student scholarships and programs at Asnuntuck Community College.
Among those starring in “Talk About a Murder” are Leah Rantz, WHAI 98.3 Radio; Robyn Miller, Morning Bird Media; Michael “Buster” McMahon, WSKB-FM Radio; Suzanne Romano, First Suffield Bank a Division of PeoplesBank; Eva Stockhamer, Artistic Dance Conservatory; Maya Matthews and Steve Belienda, Town of Enfield; Courtney Caruso, The Jack Jonah Foundation, Each Moment We’re Alive; Mike DiBacco, a member of the St. Bernard Church Choir; Tommi DeMichael, Asnuntuck Community College and Jeff Lomma, Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity and member of the Asnuntuck Community College Foundation Board.
Major event sponsors include; Johnson Memorial Hospital as Chairman Sponsor and Mohegan Sun is a Platinum Sponsor.
Sponsor opportunities are available and include a variety of marketing opportunities. For more information, please call event organizer Chris Casey, Chris Casey Concepts at 860.698.6267 or email cwsmcasey@gmail.com
Photo Caption (l to r): Leah Rantz, Chad Glabach, Suzanne Romano, Eva Stockhamer, Mike DiBacco, Courtney Caruso, Maya Matthews, Robyn Miller and Michael “Buster” McMahon. Missing from photo: Steve Belienda, Jeff Lomma and Tommi DeMichael