Although some parents get their babies to eat by pretending the spoon is an airplane, others cause their jaws to drop by describing a shocking murder mystery. Open wide with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a murder-mystery dinner for two (a $78 value)
- $75 for a murder-mystery dinner for four (a $156 value)
Guests feast on a home-style dinner that changes each show. Desserts from a rotating menu top off the meal, and coffee is provided as comical plots unfurl. The theater also houses a cash bar with themed drink specials.
Six different shows make up the 2013 season. The first, Marriage is Murder (February 8–May 26), follows a pair of Hollywood celebs honeymooning at a seemingly quaint bed and breakfast. Speak Easy, Die Hard (May 14–August 18) transports audiences to the moonshine- and moll-filled 1930s, and Murder at the Hop (June 4–August 17) puts a spin on the formula by revealing the potentially poodle-skirt-clad killer early. Scared to Death—celebrating the fall season with a murder that takes place at a pet company’s Halloween party—runs August 29–October 31. Christmas gets its comeuppance in It WAS a Wonderful Life, running November 2–December 31. This twisted take on Frank Capra’s holiday classic sees the protagonist viewing his own hypothetical murder and trying to find the perpetrator. Who Killed Mr. Scrooge (November 5–December 30) rounds out the season with a macabre spoof of Charles Dickens. Tuesday through Sunday shows start at 5 p.m., depending on the season; see the schedule for show-specific information.
Ozark Murder Mysteries
Though the Ozark Murder Mysteries' plotlines center on dark whodunits, the actors' humorous takes on each story leave audiences of all ages grinning. Performers challenge audiences to pinpoint the perpetrator as they act out interactive scenarios during regularly rotating shows. A complete feast fuels deeper belly laughs, quicker thinking, and sprightlier backflips during Ozark Murder Mysteries' scheduled performances, and the troupe also travels to private events via its Murder Mystery To Go! program.
“Great Show...Average Food but would go again”
“I loved the show. It was great. The food was less then impressive. I'd go back for another show but not for food.”