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   ("An Honor to Die For" is available for licensing)
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It's Baaaaaack!

An all new production of "An Honor to Die For" is planned for June 15th, 2012 as a fundraiser for the New Directions Warming/Cooling Center. This new staging of "An Honor to Die For" will be performed at Bogart's Banquet Facility in Jacksonville. Original cast members from the 2007 production will be reprising roles along with new performers. It's back! Don't miss this limited time performance of "An Honor To Die For" on June 15th. Tickets for dinner and the show are $35.00 per person in advance.


Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets. We'll see you at the show!

Or, if you would prefer, tickets can be reserved by calling 217-371-1246.

Welcome to the home page of "An Honor to Die For", a murder mystery comedy dinner show written by Jacksonville, IL resident Allen Stare. "An Honor to Die For" was written in the Winter and Spring of 2007 and premiered to a limited West Central Illinois audience on October 26th of 2007.

An all new production of "An Honor to Die For" is underway for the Summer of 2012. The new show will perform one night ONLY...June 15th, 2012. The cast includes Jared Degroot, Meredith Durall, Ryan Ivemeyer, Jeff Haley, Tacy Mayner, Mike Schneider, Donna Stare and Allen Stare.

All proceeds from this new production will benefit the New Directions Warming/Cooling Shelter in Jacksonville.

If you would like to show "An Honor to Die For" as part of your amateur or professional stage company, please contact the author for licensing and peformance details.



"Other than that one time in Rio when I told you your butt looked good in that thong, have I ever lied to you about anything?"

"Don't anyone move! I smell cordite from a recently fired sidearm!"

"In addition to working at some of the finest five star restaurants around the world, I also host those Pampered Chef parties...they are surprisingly lucrative."

"I was in Paris this morning. I'm redoing that dusty old Louvre...ugh!"

"She looked like Mr. T's half sister...and not the good half, either."