THEATER: Interactive mafia fun at Mount Baker Theatre

“The Sopranos” meets “Late Nite Catechism” for interactive comedy you can’t refuse in “Meet the Biscottis,” Wednesday, April 8, through Sunday, April 12, at Mount Baker Theatre’s Walton Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St.

Don Giuseppe Biscotti, godfather and head of the infamous Biscotti crime family, invites you to be his honored guest at an old-fashioned Italian get-together. Play along over dessert — a secret Biscotti family recipe, and included with your ticket — as you get to know “The Family,” including the Don’s right-hand man, Vito Carbonara; his conniving niece, Carla Cacciatore; and the family musician, “Knuckles.”

As the best mobsters in the biz, the Biscottis are more than happy to teach you a thing or two about the mafia elite, such as how to perform a proper “hit” and how to survive FBI surveillance and pressure (just in case agents Smith and Wesson drop by).

Play your cards right, and you could end up helping elect a new Don. Is the vote rigged? Fuhgeddaboudit. Just kick back and enjoy interactive comedy theater at its finest, served up “family-style.”

Tables are reserved. Choose your seat when you arrive at your table, but be prepared to share your table with another party. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.

Tickets, $40 and $42, are at 360-734-6080 and Meet the Biscottis (where you can watch a preview of the show made by the actors especially for the Bellingham show).