For Immediate Release
Contact: Wendy Thompson
(816) 813-9654, direct
(816) 225-1018, cell
Hear the Train Whistle?
Kansas City, Mo. (January 30, 2013) It's signaling the start of The Mystery Train's Ninth Season of murder-mystery fun. "Whistle Stop Homicide" is the first stop in the line-up, opening on February 8th and running through March 30th. Starring Marcus Mull, Sarah Pinzl, Michelle Cotton, and Erik J. Pratt as the usual suspects to lead you on this journey into the past. Performances are on Friday and Saturday evenings, in area restaurants, with an extra show on Thurs, Feb 14th for Valentine's Day. If playing detective, or being a suspect, is what you're campaigning for, get onboard!
"Whistle Stop Homicide" -- Truman takes to the campaign trail in 1948, with a Whistle Stop speech planned for Kansas City. When someone on the inbound train is found dead, others keep passing the buck, and it is a race to find the killer before The Boss finds out!
Murder mystery dinner theater is presented as a live interactive game. The evening begins with seating and role-playing at 6:30 pm, followed by a marvelous meal and a mystery-comedy. Most shows will be at The Golden Ox, 1600 Genessee, Kansas City, Mo. Select dates (Feb 22 and Mar 22) will be at Californos Westport, 4124 Pennsylvania, Kansas City, Mo. (see our website for a complete schedule) Tickets are $64 each on Friday and Saturday evenings. Valentine's Day is $54 each. A cash bar is available.
Reservations are required. Buy tickets through The Central Ticket Office, (816) 235-6222; online at www.kcmysterytrain.com or call The Mystery Train office at (816) 813-9654.
The Mystery Train offers group rates and is also available for private parties.
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