HLOM to host Murder Mystery Dinner Theater fundraiser at Red Osier Sept. 28
The Holland Land Office Museum is proud to present its first Murder Mystery Dinner Theater fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 28. An original mystery written for HLOM, it is based on the 19th century local crime of the century, the disappearance of William Morgan.
Will you outsmart the suspects and determine what happened to him and "who dun it"?
The mystery is a live performance at Red Osier Landmark Restaurant in Stafford, with considerable interaction between the suspects and the audience with an extensive comedic touch put on by WNY Improv Inc.
WNY Improv Inc. is a group of eclectic and talented performers from throughout Western New York with extensive experience in acting and improvisation. WNY Improv has performed on stage, in films, on cruise ships, at festivals and many other venues in New York, the City of Toronto in Ontario Province, Canada, and Pennsylvania.
Doors opening at 5:30 p.m., performance beginning at 6, and dinner served by 6:30.
Each ticket will get you a choice of four different entrees for your meal: prime rib, chicken French, blackened salmon, or veggie lasagna, all include sides, salad, and dessert. Cash bar will also be available.
Tickets are $50 per person. They can be purchased by contacting the museum at 585-343-4727, [email protected], or stopping by 131 W. Main St. Batavia. Please have entree choice ready when buying tickets.