Grab your quarantini and get ready to play detective alongside the outlandishly eager lieutenant, wacky hostess, and a suspect hiding amongst the computer screen. Marriage Can Be Murder’s award-winning dinner show will take over the world-wide-web for their first official virtual performance, Quarantined to Death, on Friday, June 5 at 6:30 p.m. PST. Additional showtimes next week are Saturday, June 6 at 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. PST. The virtual lobby will open 30 minutes before showtime for check in.
So, how does a virtual “dinner show” work? If guests are playing in Southern Nevada, they can pick up a Marriage Can Be Murder three-course meal from their local Carrabba’s Italian Grill (Henderson and Summerlin locations) the day of the virtual show. At Marriage Can Be Murder, food is always encouraged for an even more amazing experience.Guests will jump into the interactive murder-mystery fun, working with the actors through video chat to solve a quarantine-style crime. Immersed in the action, sleuthers make their way through breakout rooms including a bar and a cop lair where they bribe and find clues to unravel the story.
“Marriage Can Be Murder can never die,” laughed actor and creator Eric Post. “Our killer team has been using down time during quarantine to evoke new concepts and bring Vegas’ favorite dinner show back to life. Virtually, that is.”
Meal options can be found upon ticket purchase. Choice of Fowl Play, Dead Meat or Hasta La Pasta. Each dinner comes with a salad and two mini-cannolis. Guest can also purchase a bottle of Whodunit House White or Redrum House Red wine. Customers must be at least 21 years of age to purchase alcohol and must show valid ID when picking up this bottle of wine. For guests outside the Las Vegas market, Marriage Can Be Murder encourages them to cook at home or support their favorite local restaurant with takeout to partake in the dinner aspect of the show.
Tickets are on sale now at ivorystar.com. Guests will participate via a private Zoom link on computer, laptop, tablet or phone. With one of the show’s optional Marriage Can Be Murder customized Zoom backgrounds, attendees can stand out on the screen for the whodunit fun. Limited Zoom cells are available.
- Solo Sleuther – $25 + taxes and fees
- Choose (1) of this option if you are playing by yourself.
- Sleuther Group of 2 – $45 + taxes and fees
- Choose (1) of this option if this is date night for you and another sleuther, viewing on one screen.
- Sleuther Group of 3 – $60 + taxes and fees
- Choose (1) of this option if you are sleuthing with a group of three, viewing on one screen.
- Sleuther Group of 4 – $75 + taxes and fees
- Choose(1) of this option if you are sleuthing with a group of four, viewing on one screen.
- Sleuther Group of 5 – $90 + taxes and fees
- Choose (1) of this option if you are sleuthing with a group of five, viewing on one screen.
- Sleuther Group of 6 – $105 + taxes and fees
- Choose (1) of this option if you are sleuthing with a group of six, viewing on one screen.
RIP Upgrades: It’s not too late to spice up the party. Just like being part of the traditional show, RIP upgrades will allow for additional interaction during the virtual fun. Guests can add on extra elements to their ticket, such as “bribes” for a bartender or cop to support actors in the show. They can also provide information about good news being celebrated for an A.P.B. special shoutout like birthdays, anniversaries or even a negative COVID-19 test. More details available upon purchase.
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About Marriage Can be Murder
The award-winning comedy, dinner show celebrates 20 years in Las Vegas. Marriage Can Be Murder is decorated with awards such as “Best Date Night,” “Best Show in Southern Nevada” and “Best Production Show.” Audiences put their sleuthing skills to the test as they work together to quickly solve the murder before more bodies drop. Find Marriage Can Be Murder on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram (@bestdinnershow).