Murder. Mystery. Mayhem.
Find out whodunit (and who survives) at Thrive Alabama’s third Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre.
Bonus: you get to see me in the show! But you’ll only find out if I survive or if I’m the killer by coming to the show.
Tips to Survive Thrive Alabama’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
#1 – Pick a Date
You have FOUR show dates and times to choose from AND no matter when you like to enjoy your mysteries, there is a time for you!
New this year – there are 2 shows in Huntsville and 2 in Florence.
Florence Show Dates and Times:
- Saturday, September 16 at 1:30 pm
- Saturday, September 16 at 6:30 pm
Florence show location: The Mane Room at 310 N Pine Street
Huntsville Show Dates and Times:
- Saturday, September 23 at 12:30 pm
- Saturday, September 23 at 6:30 pm
Huntsville show location: Campus No. 805 at 2620 Clinton Avenue
#2 – Buy Tickets
Last year’s mystery sold out, so if you plan to come then buy those tickets NOW!
- Matinee – $40
- Dinner – $55
How to Buy:
- Online through Thrive Alabama
- By phone: 256-536-4700 ext 142
#3 – Pick a Meal
Not only do you get to solve a mystery but you get to enjoy some tasty retro entrees while you’re sleuthing. Enjoy your choice from three entree choices that are adult versions of high school cafeteria favorites like pizza, chicken tenders, burgers and more.
#4 – Wear Your Thinking Cap
Remember earlier when I said this was a mystery? Well YOU get to solve it! That’s right the fate of the cast lies with you. So come prepared to laugh and pay close attention. You never know when a clue will come your way.
And as a cast member, I can assure, nothing and no one is what they seem.
#5 – Invite Your Smartest Friends
If you aren’t the quickest to solve mysteries, then I recommend bringing some friends who are real Matlocks. Because this show is full of silly antics with the audience members, mistaken identities, unexpected surprises, and murder. You’ll want some extra help to solve this one!
#6 – Support
Funds raised will go toward the purchase of a Mobile Testing Vehicle which will allow Thrive Alabama organization to provide free HIV and STI testing throughout North Alabama at public events, health fairs, homeless camps, and to people with transportation barriers in rural communities.
#7 – Prepare
To give you a leg up, here’s a bit about the show:
Audience members will be guests at the Homicide High Class of 1992’s 25th reunion. Watch as they reconnect and discover who committed the murder…and why.