The Prairie Mills
Windmill

Golden, Illinois

Windmill Follies 2016

Join us for an annual Golden tradition!  The Windmill Follies features a three-course marinated chicken dinner between acts of a live comedy performance featuring local talent.
Great food, great fun!  This is an ideal outing for church or other social groups.

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE and COSTThere are three performances:

     April 15     $22/person, doors open at 5:30, the performance starts at 7:00 PM
     April 16     $22/person, doors open at 5:30, the performance starts at 7:00 PM
     April 17     $15/person, matinee (includes dessert only),
                        doors open at 1:00, the performance starts at 2:00 PM

RESERVATIONS:  Contact Robin Ideus at 217-696-2467 to reserve your seat.

 

Advance reservations are required and paid in advance to the mailing address shown below:

By Nathan Hartswick

 

Rosemary Saint-John is a loud, annoying hypochondriac convinced she is allergic to water.  Celebrating her birthday at a restaurant with her four kooky sisters–a hippie, a valley girl, a trucker and a banker–Rosemary makes enemies with everyone around her.  When she disappears and is presumed murdered, the only objective witnesses in the restaurant are the audience members.

 

Was it one of Rosemary’s sisters?  The self-taught detective?  The passionate French chef?  The polite and proper maître d’?  The sarcastic waiter?  No one is above suspicion in this delightful dinner theatre murder mystery!

 

Whether for young or old, you’ll find lots of laughs at the café! 

      Windmill Follies
      c/o
Robin Ideus
     
300 S Park St

      Golden IL  62339-1022

 

This year’s feature is:

Cafe Murder

Nathan Hartswick was raised in northeastern Vermont, where theater was a family business – his parents and grandparents owned and operated the Vermont Children's Theater, a nonprofit organization dedicated to involving young people in the performing arts.

 

After studying music at the Crane School of Music and English at the State University of New York at Potsdam, Nathan spent many years in New York City where he taught lessons and workshops in theater and music.

 

Currently Nathan lives in Burlington, VT where he and his wife Natalie Miller run Spark Arts, a studio that offers lessons and classes in theater, music, comedy and movement.  Nathan also directs theater and film, produces improv, standup and musical comedy shows through his booking agency Vermont Comedy Club, and tours New England with his award-winning standup comedy act.

 

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