Whodunnit reflects on a hall of mirrors murder.
Reflect, then determine who the killer is in the new Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater production of Reflections: Murder in a Hall of Mirrors, which opens on Saturday.
Reflections performances will go on every Saturday from Feb. 11-Mar. 31. A special Valentine's Day show is to occur on Feb. 14. All shows will begin at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Public performances are to happen at the Hyatt Regency downtown, located at 320 West Jefferson Street
Tickets for the show, which includes the show, dinner, tax, and gratuity, are $43.95 per person. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the Whodunnit line at 502-426-7100. (Keep in mind, the Feb. 11 show is sold out.) More information on the show can be found at the Whodunnit
Dinner options, meanwhile, include Yankee pot roast, lemon-garlic breadcrumb crusted scrod, or mushroom stuffed ravioli.
In a Rhode Island courtroom, the setting for Reflections: Murder in a Hall of Mirrors, Otto Bales has been arrested for a murder that took place in a room full of mirrors. Bales is an evil man, but did he do it? It's up to the new assistant district attorney Morgan Farewell and the audience to figure it out.
In between scenes, the audience will be able to ask the characters questions pertaining to the case. The characters can either tell the truth or evade the question. The only time they'll be able to lie is when asked if they are the murderer. Then, audience members will fill out solution cards with the guess. Those with the correct answer may be in line for a prize, and the most creative wrong answer may also have a shot for a prize.
A.S. Waterman created and directed Reflections, which features Jane Mattingly as Morgan Farewell and Niles Welch as Otto Bales.
Following Reflections, Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theatre will present Entree to Murder. The production will begin in May.
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