SLCT fall mystery dinner show – Murder on the Oriental Rug

Will you be the one who solves this “whodunit” mystery?

Will you be the one who solves this “whodunit” mystery?

Steve Schneck

Move over—or roll over—Agatha Christie! This mystery dinner show spoofs old fashioned whodunits, the medical profession, theatre folks and those with hot flashes! It’s a play within a play—when half of the cast of Murder on the Oriental Rug bails out, the remaining performers are stuck playing all the roles. Now that’s an interesting concept! You, the audience, will have to stay alert to determine “whodunit.” Clues will be given throughout the show and there will be a prize for someone who correctly guesses the murderer and the motives!

What can you expect from this type of murder mystery show? Fun, the minute you walk in the door—to the minute the show is over.

The show dates are as follows:

Cottonwood Ballroom—November 17 through 20—Dinner/show tickets $36

Sun Lakes Country Club—November 21—Dinner/show tickets $27

Oakwood Country Club—November 27 through 30—Dinner/show tickets $36

Tickets will be sold starting October 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Saguaro Room at Cottonwood and October 17 at the Open House, Cottonwood Country Club. Then, starting October 20, every Tuesday and Wednesday at Cottonwood, every Thursday and Friday at Oakwood and at Sun Lakes Country Club Resource Center during the week.

Tickets can also be bought online at, starting at 2:00 p.m. on October 16.

Happy hour (we want everyone who comes to be happy) starts at 5:00 p.m. in the Stage Door Lounge (back of the ballroom at Cottonwood and Oakwood and outside on the North Patio at Sun Lakes Country Club.)

Theatre doors open at 5:30 p.m. and show starts at 6:00 p.m.; dinner will be served throughout the show.

You won’t want to miss this one—mark your calendar now!