Mystery Theater

'WhoDunnit' theater group announces upcoming season

Bristol Bar & Grille to serve
as the new location for shows

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (March 2015) – WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater is pleased to announce that its home for public performances in 2015-16 will be the Bristol Bar & Grille Downtown, 614 W. Main St. This restaurant is easily accessible, has an outstanding reputation for fine food and offers free parking after 6 p.m. on Saturdays. 
“We are incredibly thrilled to begin our new partnership with WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater, and I know it is going to be a perfect pairing for Louisvillians and tourists alike,” said Bristol Downtown’s General Manager T.J. Oakley. “This is going to bring an additional element to the flourishing downtown art scene.”
Niles Welch, WhoDunnit’s Executive Producer, said, “We’re eagerly looking forward to performing at the Bristol Bar & Grille Downtown. This is a great opportunity for our fans and for us.”
WhoDunnit’s three-production 2015-16 season will start on Nov. 14 with “The Nutcracker-Sweet Murders.” A totally unique holiday offering, this show combines light musical entertainment with a thrilling mystery to solve, all performed with the magical backdrop of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite.” It will run on

WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater
2014-15 Season

• Nov. 16, 2014 - Jan. 9, 2016 (Saturdays): ”The Nutcracker-Sweet Murders”
• Feb. 20 - April 2, 2016 - (Saturdays): ”The Mystery at Raven Hall”
• May 14 - June 25, 2016 (Saturdays): “The Case of the Smokin’ Gunn”
• (502) 426-7100 or visit: www.whodunnitky.com

Saturday evenings from Nov. 14 through Jan. 9, 2016.
Beginning in February 2016, WhoDunnit presents “The Mystery at Raven Hall,” featuring WhoDunnit’s most fascinating crime solver, The Listener, who exists outside of time and space. In this dark and compelling mystery, The Listener is consulted by Elton Ethridge, a former Alabama senator who was executed in 1952 for murdering his wife. But is he guilty? The Listener must reconstruct what really happened, since the Senator has no memory of that night. “The Mystery at Raven Hall” will run on Saturday evenings, Feb. 20 through April 2, 2016.
In May and June, 2016, WhoDunnit brings back one of its all-time most popular shows, “The Case of the Smokin’ Gunn,” a lighthearted, fascinating and funny costumed caper that is set in the sleepy Old West town of Shuteye, Ariz. The townsfolk eagerly await the arrival of their governor, but when they open the stagecoach door, he falls out dead! Can you spot the lie and figure out who killed the guv’ on his way to the reception? This show runs on Saturday evenings, May 14 through June 25, 2016.
All WhoDunnit shows are available for private parties and functions.
WhoDunnit is a non-profit, donation-supported organization for the performing arts and a Louisville original. WhoDunnit plays are written, produced and performed by local residents.
For reservations or more information, contact WhoDunnit at (502) 426-7100 or visit www.whodunnitky.com.

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