Enjoy a complete evening out with Bootless’ original murder mystery dinner show.
The moment you step foot into the Sequin Slipper, the fun begins. Start with delicious hors d’oeuvre and live music. Then, be entertained by the award-winning Cookie LaRue and the five finalists of Cookie LaRue’s Revue Search For The Next Idol of Tomorrow. The competition is fierce with prize is to die for. After the show, enjoy more music and perhaps a spin on the dance floor.
Assorted Hors D’Oeuvre
Tossed Green Salad with Choice of Dressing
Chicken Cordon Bleu or Vegetarian Lasagna
Green Beans Almondine
Choice of Dessert
Coffee / Tea / Soda
Cash Bar (Hosted by Elks Lodge #307)
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
$35 PER PERSON / $60 PER COUPLE – ADVANCE TICKETS REQUIRED.
Ticket sales end promptly on February 6, 2013 @ 6:00 pm
Sorry, no tickets will be sold at the door.
ONE NIGHT ONLY – FEBRUARY 8, 2013
Doors open at 6:00 pm – Dinner at 7:00 pm
Elks Lodge #307
1310 Carruthers Drive
Wilmington, DE 19803
click here for directions
ABOUT COOKIE LARUE
Once thought dead from neglect and malnutrition caused by an overdose of Cheetos, the famed Irritainer, Cookie LaRue, left her mega-mansion on what was once a beautiful mountain 15 minutes outside of what was once beautiful Downtown Asheville, North Carolina for the gritty East Side of some nameless city thanks to witness protection.
Miss LaRue began her career in 19somethingsomething with the award winning, smash hit (and seldom heard of) “Annie III: Annie, Get Your Gun” and had as much moderate success with her other smash hit (and seldom heard of) Broadway shows, “A Shit Ton of Night Music,” “The Sounds of Mucus” and “Cats 2: The Big Hairball”.
After leaving Broadway in 19somethingsomething, Miss LaRue had an amazing career on the television in programs such as “Circumcision of the Stars,” the original “One Day at a Time” (before that bitch Bonnie Franklin came in and ruined the whole thing), “The Totie Fields Comedy Hour” and “The Love Boat,” which aired in many cities you have heard of.
In her later years Cookie performed several acts daily on Andy Williams and his stage in Branson until Courts and other Government Agencies (the FBI, CIA, NASA, FEMA and the CDC) made her unusual brand of Irritainment illegal.