Tom Retherford, as Mathew Perry and Freida Goossen as Julia Perry rehearse a scene form TCP’S dinner theater production of “A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody.” The play, written by Ron Bernas and directed by Michelle Widener, begins on New Year’s Eve at the Perry Mansion. Matthew Perry’s New Year’s resolution is to murder his wife Julia, so he can have some fun. Julia’s resolution is to stay alive. While Julia cleverly dodges Mathew’s murder attempts, the Perrys’ friends and staff are dying off mysteriously. Donald suspects Julia is the murderer, even though his trap to catch her fails and he confesses to the murders. Which leaves the question, if Matthew didn’t commit the murders, who did? Show dates are tonight, Saturday and Sunday and Feb. 22-24. Tickets are $25 for dinner and the play or $15 for show only tickets. Doors open and dinner begins at 6:30 p.m on Friday and Saturday, and at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Show only patrons should arrive around 7:15 p.m on Friday and Saturday and at 1:45 p.m. on Sunday. The play begins one hour after dinner. All performances are at the Armory Municipal Center Auditorium, 100 N. Water Ave., Tahlequah. Dinner reservations are required and must be received by 3 p.m. the Tuesday of that week’s performance. Catering by the Soul Shack. Tickets are available at Morris-Cragar or A Bloom florist, Cherry Berry, or online at www.tcpok.com. Information: (918) 822-4440 or (918) 207-2714. TCP is a member of AACT and OCTA.