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Club Day Monday with Lori & Friends May 16

Monday, May 16

5:00 pm Drinks | 5:30 - 7:00 pm Music

7:00 - 7:45 pm Author Talk & Book Signing

Food will also be available.

Lori Dokken presents Dane Stauffer and Jen Maren, and special guest, Colleen Kruse

Plus, author Gail Feichtinger who will discuss her book "Will to Murder: The True Story Behind the Crimes and Trials Surrounding the Glensheen Killings"

Club Day Mondays are the place to be on Monday nights in Minneapolis as Lori Dokken welcomes some of our community's most celebrated singers, actors, and writers. This is another Club Day Monday you don't want to miss.

With a career spanning cabaret, theater, film, television, radio, and flatbed trucks, Dane is familiar to Twin Cities audiences for his performance as Roger Caldwell in the IVEY award-winning musical Glensheen, and the long-running hit comedy Triple Espresso. He played Scrooge in Dolly Parton’s Smokey Mountain Christmas Carol. He co-created the smash When A Man Loves A Diva at the Lab Theatre in Minneapolis. He also garnered "Best Actor in a Comedy" LA Stage Scene for All in the Timing, and Best Actor from Broadway World for Glensheen.

Jen is most used to playing the character of Marjorie Congdon opposite Dane's Roger Caldwell in Glensheen. She has performed at the History Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Penumbra Theatre, Mixed Blood, Illusion Theater, and Park Square Theatre, to name a few. She has a B.A. in Theater Arts from St. Olaf College and studied at the British American Drama Academy.

Colleen Kruse is a longtime, Twin Cities-based storyteller, and comedian who has appeared on Comedy Central and the Independent Film Channel. She can also be seen Thursdays and Fridays working at The Woman’s Club.

Former Duluth News-Tribune crime reporter Gail Feichtinger brings readers behind the scenes of Minnesota's most infamous double murder - the killing of heiress Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse Velma Pietila. Gail reaches beyond the Glensheen killings to follow Marjorie Caldwell through her convictions for arson and presents evidence that suggests that Marjorie might have gotten away with murder - five times.

Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers. Call or email the Front Desk for reservations or go to Eventbrite:

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