The Jewish Community Center in Sherman will present a dinner-theater show, “Ways and Means” by Noel Coward, June 11 at 7 p.m.

The one-act farce will be performed at the 9 Route 39 South center.

The play will be accompanied by a three-course dinner, which will include appetizers, a main course of chicken picatta, rice pilaf and mixed vegetables, and dessert.

The story concerns an heiress and her gambling husband, who are plagued by debt and embarrassment as everything seems to always go wrong for them.

Their honor is saved just in time when a disgraced chauffeur tries to rob them but amiably ends up pulling them out of a hole.

The production, directed by Sherman Playhouse President Robin Frome, will feature Kimberly Marcus, last seen as Mrs. Hudson in “The Adventure of Black Peter” at the JCC, as well as “Rocky Horror Show” and “See How They Run” at the Sherman Playhouse; Steve Manzino, last seen as Sherlock Holmes in “The Adventure of Black Peter” as well as “Arsenic and Old Lace” and “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play” at the Sherman Playhouse; and Phair Haldin, who was in “The Adventure of Black Peter,” as well as “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play” and “Alice In Wonderland” at the Sherman Playhouse.

Also, Noel Desiato, who acted in “1984” and “Tea at Five” at the Sherman Playhouse; Jack Harding, who acted in “Alice in Wonderland” at the Sherman Playhouse; Keli Soloman, who acted in “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play” and “See How They Run” at Sherman Playhouse; and Dean Alexander, who acted in “Arsenic and Old Lace” and “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play” at the Sherman Playhouse.

Tickets are $40.

For more information, call the JCC at 860-355-8050 by June 6.