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Murder of all kinds will happen this season, and it'll be up to audience to figure it out during Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater's 2013-14 season.

During the season, Whodunnit will present four mysteries: The Haunting at Blackwood Hall (Sept.-Oct.), Murder at the Queen's Table (Nov.-Jan 2014), Reflections: The Darkening Web (Feb.-March 2014), and The Specter at the Seance: The Spirit's Revenge (May-June 2014).  

All performances will be in a new location this season: the Ramada Plaza Hotel, located at 9700 Bluegrass Parkway in Jeffersontown.  Auditions for the upcoming season will take place there on July 21 from 1-3 p.m. 

Single tickets will be $45.50 per person, and season tickets are $165 per person.  All tickets will include the show, dinner (via catering from Masterson's), tax, and gratuity.  All tickets can be purchased by calling Whodunnit at 502-426-7100.  

Whodunnit will open its season with The Haunting at Blackwood Hall, an Elizabeth MacCrimmon mystery featuring turn-of-the-last-century Savannah, a mystic, a skeletal hand, and a veiled woman.  This production runs Sept. 21-Oct. 26.

Opening around Christmas will be Murder at the Queen's Table, featuring a Christmas dinner fit for a Queen and a possible murder.  Queen's Table occurs from Nov. 16-Jan. 4, 2013.

The Reflections mysteries, meanwhile, continue into 2014 with Reflections: The Darkening Web.  A person has already confessed to a crime, but a killer remains on the loose.  Will Morgan Farewell and Dante Andino find the killer as well as each other?  Find out Feb. 15-Mar. 29.  

Whodunnit will finish the season with The Specter and the Seance: The Spirit's Revenge, where a fortune teller tells a wealthy man his future is...well, he doesn't have one.  Find out what happens May 10-June 23.

More information on the season can be found at the Whodunnit website.

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