Killer Chili/Live Music/One-Act Play

February 8, 2019 - February 9, 2019

A Benefit for Magdalene Serenity House / Killer Chili Dinner / Live Music / One-Act Play

Presented by Smokehouse Players, this two-night benefit for Magdalene Serenity House in the Chillin' Room of the Historic Ozark Mountain Smokehouse (at the intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Rupple Road) includes a killer chili dinner, live music, and the one-act play, “Valentines and Killer Chili,” by Kent R. Brown.

Directed by Jacob Christiansen, this bare-bones production is filled to the brim with humor and a twist of tears as Jason, a chicken hauler, shares his tender memories of Jackie, a waitress with a beehive hairdo, eyebrows like two McDonalds arches, and green-tinted fingernails, who jokes and flirts with the truckers at Big Tom's Pit Stop while serving up her famous killer chili, making it easier for them to face the lonely miles ahead. Featuring Tim Gilster and Terry Vaughan.

Advanced reservations & donations are required for this magdalene serenity house benefit! Minimum donation $20 per person, up to $500 maximum. Reserve your seats now at https://secure.paperlesstrans.com/MagdaleneSerenityHouse.