SLEUTH’S MYSTERY DINNER SHOWS
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If the adults and teenagers in you party want to enjoy a good evening’s entertainment a visit to Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner show will provide this. We also took a quite a mature 10 year old who also enjoyed it.
Sleuths is situated in the Gooding’s Plaza on International Drive behind Ripley’s Believe it or Not.
The admission price when we went was approx $47 for adults and for children 3-11 approx $24. The price includes Dinner, Show and unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks. Look in the free Orlando publications for money off coupons; we used a $5 off per person one that we cut out of the Enjoy Florida Magazine.
It is advisable to call for reservations 407 363 1985. Most shows are in the evening but on certain days there is an afternoon performance as well. When you call you will also be advised of the schedule of shows. There are about ten different scenarios and each day usually two of these take place so you can choose which one you want to see.
All shows are 2-1/2 hours of mystery and there is plenty of improvisation and loads of audience participation. You are looking out for anything suspicious, can help interrogate the suspects and of course assist in solving the crime.
The food is good, before the show we had green salad, hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, bread rolls and crackers.
There are 3 different theatres where you mingle with some of the outrageous characters and be warned you may be chosen for one of the main rolls – Granddad was, we volunteered him!
Our show was The Reunion. We were invited to attend an alumni reunion for Luray Academy. The college is threatened by a graduate wanting to bulldoze it and build condos! The organizers of the reunion are trying to stage a gala affair to raise money to save the college from the clutches of the graduate, Lilah Beauregard. All the plans for the evening go wrong starting with the jailing of the band! Several secret relationships are uncovered and many lies are told, you are not sure who or what to believe. Finally a murder is committed.
All this as well as a good dinner! The evening we went we had Honey-glazed Cornish game hen with stuffing, baked potato, vegetables, and cranberry sauce.
We could instead have had lasagne with garlic bread and vegetables. Granddad chose to have a Prime Rib dinner and paid an extra $3 for this.
The desert was billed as a Mystery and I am not going to tell you what we had so if you visit there yours will also be a mystery!
There was unlimited Michelob, California Blush wine, California Chablis wine and California Red Table wine. We only had the Blush but thoroughly enjoyed this.
For those who wanted soft drinks the choice was Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Sierra Mist, Mug Root Beer, Iced Tea, Coffee, and Tea. You will be kept on the edge of your seat as well as trying to solve the crime and there will be much laughter along the way.
See if you can save the Academy and stop Lilah’s plan. I cannot tell you whether we did!
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