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The last date listed for Stalag 17 was Sunday December 11, 2005 / 3:00pm.
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The latest in the series of Maverick Sunday Mysteries is the original Agatha Christie-style whodunit Teatime for Murder, graciously served up with generous amounts of music, comedy and audience interaction. A stunning death occurs at a country estate over an afternoon snack, and it's up to spinster sleuth Miss Marble to sort through the clues and solve the murder. But she'll need lots of help from you and your fellow theatergoers. In fact, the faux-detective who figures out the mystery wins a prize. Learn More
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Comedy-drama about American G.I.s planning a escape from a German prison camp on Christmas Eve 1944, but there’s a problem: one of them is a German spy. Written by actual WWII veterans of Stalag 17_, Donald Bevan & Edmund Trzcinski. STALAG 17 is a riveting drama set inside a German POW camp during Christmas 1944. _Stalag 17 takes the life of a P.O.W. light without any deep or tragic psychological probing into the minds of men in war. However, under the circumstances that these characters are held, the plays light touch of humor is what keeps the men’s spirit up while they wait for the war to end. Because of the play’s Broadway success, it was subsequently turned into a movie by Billy Wilder that won William Holden his only Academy Award. In the sixties television created a very lighthearted spin off of the film called Hogan’s Heroes.
With colorful characters, a riveting plot and themes that parallel current events, Stalag 17 presents an alternative to the usual Christmas staples.