Wildwood Resort presents “Murder at Bunny and Clyde’s” A Murder Mystery Dinner Show.
Noted bootleg wine makers Bunny and Clyde have invited their closest friends and enemies to join them for an evening of interactive fun. Rumor has it that Clyde may meet his demise during the course of the evening — and that the murderer could even be the person sitting beside you! Dressing in your best 30’s outfit is encouraged. (think Humphry Bogart, Bette Davis, or Greta Garbo)
Chef Chris is putting the final touches to his 1930s-themed buffet menu. We’ll have it listed soon.
Dinner Only Tickets $59 (plus tax)
January 19/20 – A Murder Mystery weekend that includes welcome cocktails, two nights of discounted lakeside lodging, the murder mystery show and dinner, and a few surprises we have up our sleeve. These packages are limited and start at only $430 per couple (plus taxes).
Call to reserve your Murderous Weekend at Wildwood today.
Wildwood is hosting another season of interactive Murder Mystery weekends and dinners.
HOW IT WORKS –
The mysteries presented by Upstage Production are fresh, creative and fun. Their original scripts are played out by talented actors and will challenge your brain and tickle your funny bone! Tickets include a delicious meal and a hilarious show. Reservations are required. Doors open at 5:30 for cocktails and mingling with the show starting promptly at 6pm. A themed buffet dinner is included along with a cash bar.
Early tickets for these murder mystery dinners will be offered to weekend lodging guests first and will open to the public for dinner-only tickets a month before the show. These events often sell out quickly.
ADULT THEMED COMEDY –
The evening begins with a laughable cocktail hour introduction to the suspects and continues through a delicious buffet dinner prepared by Wildwood’s Chef Chris. Guests examine clues, question suspects, and follow hunches. Laugh after hilarious laugh proves that crime really CAN be this FUNNY. Wearing attire that relates to the theme of the show is highly encouraged. Prizes are awarded to the best dressed and those who are Sherlock Holmes enough to solve the mystery. The shows are catered to adult humor and are not recommended for children under 16.