Whodunit? Get a Clue at Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Murder mysteries may be elementary for Sherlock Holmes, but for the
rest of us, the whodunit might require some time at Alma College,
dining, sleuthing and having fun.
Audience members will enjoy an evening of meals, murder and mystery-solving with TjohnE’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15th in the Tyler-Van Dusen Campus Commons at Alma College.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $6 plus board exchange for Alma College students. Seating is reserved with payment due at the time of reservation. Call (989) 463-7304 for ticket information.
TjohnE involves audience members as aspiring sleuths and hilarious suspects. Because the focus of the production is always on comedy, be prepared for lots of comedic chaos during the fun, rollicking evening of excitement, suspense, passion, revenge and—of course—laughs.
Alma College hasn’t hosted a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre in more than three years, says Michael Sheldon, a member of the College’s Co-Curricular Committee that is sponsoring the event. This will be fourth murder mystery dinner theatre at Alma College.
“This is a unique evening of entertainment that will be great fun for everyone,” says Sheldon. “The audience becomes part of the fun.”
The evening is designed so that audience participants mingle, asking questions about each other’s characters and requesting or sharing information. Along with motive, means and opportunity, the plot meticulously unravels throughout the evening with a lot of action and a series of clues.
At the end of the show, participants determine what is fact and fiction and then make their final choices on who they think is the true perpetrator.
TjohnE is a booking and production company that develops entertainment events that are exclusive for colleges and universities.
Posted: Tue, October 9th, 2007 at 1:47PM