Sneads Ferry Community Theatre opens their 16th season with Good Help is so Hard to Murder, a comedy written by Pat Cook, at the Sneads Ferry Community Center, 126 Park Lane. Show Dates: February 16-18 and 23-25 | Fridays and Saturdays: 8pm curtain; Sunday Matinées: 3pm curtain. Wine and Cheese receptions on Friday nights at 7:15pm Tickets $10 adult, $5 Student with ID. Sold at the Door-Day of Show! For more information call the Box Office: 910.327.2798 or visit www.sneadsferrycommunitytheatre.com Convinced that the maid "knows too much" about her family's shady past, Delilah conspires with her younger sister to kill her. A visit from Elmira, the local psychic, warns them that a tragedy (and most certainly a comedy) is about to occur. Delilah's tea party didn't work as planned, but perhaps a drop or two of the right chemistry in the maid's bedside tea will do the trick. Just when it looks like the deed is done, the Grim Reaper makes a timely appearance and Elmira senses danger! Officer Judy arrives to help resolve this farce, but it's the parrot that solves the crime! Sneads Ferry Community Theatre’s talented local cast of characters, led by Zack Watkins, includes: Sue Ferber, Tania Gonzalez, Marcia Hamilton, Theresa ‘T’ Mitchell, Melissa Oakley, Heidi Sharpe, Leslie Swancutt and Amanda Williams. About the Director: Zack Watkins is a Senior at Topsail High School and is making his directing debut on the Sneads Ferry Community Theatre (SFCT) stage. He fell in love with acting when at Heritage Middle School while taking chorus and dance and was seen on their stage as Drake the butler in Annie Jr. Watkins made his SFCT acting debut as Dennis Saunders in Smoke on the Mountain (2015). Since then he has been on the SFCT stage in Radio Suspense Theatre: The First Episode and The Last Romance (he was also the Assistant Director). Watkins has also been on the Topsail HS stage in Seussical the Musical, Xanadu and most recently in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. About Sneads Ferry Community Theatre: Sneads Ferry Community Theatre (SFCT) is dedicated to its mission to provide quality entertainment that entertains and enriches our community. Its main stage offers seating for 150 patrons and is located in the Sneads Ferry Community Center at 126 Park lane. SFCT is a standing committee and fundraiser for the Sneads Ferry Community Council. Since its inception in 2002, it has provided a robust outlet for the performing arts, nourished by an incredible pool of local talent and tended by a growing community of dedicated volunteers; it is led by a devoted Steering Committee. SFCT is an all-volunteer organization and is open to everyone.