Were you enthralled as a child by the Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew Mysteries? Does putting on your sleuthing hat and taking out your magnifying glass while saying it’s “elementary, dear Watson” put a smile on your face? If yes, then you should consider attending the 4th annual Murder Mystery Dinner to be held on March 11 at 7 p.m. in the Salt Lake Community College Student Center Oak Room at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
“More Mystery on the Moors” is a fun and interactive murder mystery dinner theatre involving an on-stage and intermingled act. An outstanding cast from the Hunt Mystery Group, who is trained in the art of gumshoe detective work will provide the entertainment.
In an interactive and entertaining show, the audience becomes part of the happenings, providing a unique and one-of-a-kind experience. Last year’s dinner “was great food and entertaining,” Chase Thorton from the Fine Arts board said. The dinner will be provided by Spaghetti Mama’s, a fresh-mixed pasta meal in which guests will be able to choose their own sauce.
The entertainment is a step above the typical “dinner and a movie,” sure to impress that special someone or just be a fun night out with your friends. Doors will open promptly at 7 p.m. – don’t be late, but don’t be early as doors won’t be opened until that time. Not only will it be revealed “whodunit,” but attendees will also learn who the new President and Vice President of Student Life & Leadership will be.
For only $3 a ticket for students and $8 for community members, this event is a super stealth steal.
More information about the Hunt Mystery Group can be found at huntmysteries.com.