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The Bachelorette and Survivor meet CSI and Sweeney Todd for tonight's dinner-theater production of Who Wants to Murder a Millionaire? by the Toledo-based Random Acts troupe. With a cast of both professional actors and audience members, Millionaire features 12 women trying to win the affection of a tycoon named Darrin. And playwright Lynda Whiting promises that equal parts music, improvisation, and scripted dialogue will lead to the most shocking ending ever. "Lynda keeps up on current events and reality-TV shows that interest people, and she writes about it," says North Olmsted native David Fioritto, who's the company's music director. "We have lots of music, lots of fun, and we kill somebody." Doors open at 6 tonight at the 100th Bomb Group Restaurant, 20920 Brookpark Road. Tickets are $38. Call 216-267-2819 or visit www.random-acts.net.
Fri., July 18, 6 p.m., 2008

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