March 4th , 2013 9:30 am Leave a comment

Blue Moon staging Irish murder mystery

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The Blue Moon Dinner Theatre will present its new interactive murder mystery, “Top of the Murder To You,” by Paula Hilton.

Just in time for St. Paddy’s Day, “Top of the Murder To You” lets the audience find clues to solve this Irish-style “Who done it.” The play will be performed Friday and Saturday evenings through March 16 with a special showing on Sunday, March 17, for St. Patrick’s Day.

The theatre is located at 215 E. Main St., Johnson City.

Dr. Paddy McFaddey, an expert on “All Things Irish,” is ready to unveil some highly-publicized Irish artifacts during tonight’s lecture on Ireland. His assistant, Patches McButterpants, is ready, willing and able, to help him with anything he needs — on and off the job! An unexpected guest disrupts her plans, and the journalist and museum curator who traveled all the way to the United States to cover this event are also in for a surprise. The luck of the Irish doesn’t seem to be present at this hilarious event. Adding to the mystery, what  exactly is that hidden underneath the shamrock?

“We always have a blast with our Irish Murder Mysteries,” said Artistic Director Edward Breese. “The audience always puts forth some interesting answers, you never know who is going to be the guilty one but you can always count on someone to win a prize for a fun creative answer.”
Enjoy a full night of entertainment all in one place complete with a delicious meal followed by a fun show.

Dinner begins with Loaded Irish Potato Soup, followed by a  fresh-baked Shepherd’s Pie. Dessert is served at the intermission at which time the wait staff pours coffee, refreshes drinks and hands out a Chocolate Brownie a la Mode topped with a caramel drizzle.

Tickets are just $39.99 plus tax and can be purchased by going online to www.bluemoondinnertheatre.com or by calling the box office at 232-1350. Meal upgrades and vegetarian options are available with a 24-hour notice. The Blue Moon is a BYOB facility.

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