Keith & Margo's MURDER AT THE OLD MILL INN
WARNING: YOU ARE ABOUT TO BECOME A LEADING SUSPECT IN A HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION!
A 360° Immersive Theatrical Experience with our plots designed especially for Amateur Sleuths with a twisted sense of humor!
Enjoy an evening of delicious cuisine and despicable crime with Keith & Margo's MURDER MYSTERY DALLAS: THE IMMERSIVE DINNER THEATRE EXPERIENCE AT THE OLD MILL, where professional stage, TV and film actors are seated amongst you and where you can be part of the show both as an investigator and as a homicide suspect!
PRICE: $54 plus tax & tips per person ($63 total + service fee) includes hors d'oeuvres reception, 3-course dinner, cash bar, professional comedic actors surrounding you as suspects, hilarious homicide detective from the DPD to guide you through the process, team prizes. Group discounts available for 10 or more.
PLOT THEME: A modern-day comedic yet suspenseful police procedural with the crime scene established at a dinner party. In the style of Sue Grafton or Mary Higgins Clark crime novels, LAW & ORDER and CSI
ROLE-PLAYING OPTION: From the moment you check in under your real name and fill out your nametag, you guys are free to lie to the other guests about your life, your job, your hobbies as much as you want! You're free to behave mysteriously and suspiciously and have a ball doing it! There is only one rule: HAVE FUN!
DRESS CODE: Upscale casual. Nice shirt and slacks. Jackets & ties are not required. Women may wear slacks, pantsuits or cocktail hour dresses.
Assorted cheeses and fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables
Fresh Garden Green Salad
with Grated Carrots, Red Cabbage, Grape Tomato, served with Ranch Dressing
Award-Winning Chicken Fried Steak with Cream Gravy
(Voted by “D” Magazine in the Top 10 “Best” Chicken Fried Steaks in Dallas)
Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes & Garlic (vegetarian)
Mashed Potatoes & Medley of Vegetables
Rolls / Butter
Homemade Peach Cobbler
Cash Bar for soft drinks and alcoholic bevergages
Vegetarians accommodated with 48 hours prior notice
LOCATION: Located footsteps away from Dallas Summer Musicals (Music Hall), Dallas Opera, and High Society functions at the Hall of State, the Old Mill Inn Restaurant at Fair Park is a unique, historic Texas landmark constructed for the 1936 Texas Centennial and World's Fair (p.s. it's haunted!) and is an ideal setting for intrigue, cold-blooded murder, slippery red herrings, diabolical clues, and ingenious detective work!
PLEASE NOTE: Although the restaurant itself is wheelchair accessible, the private banquet room assigned to our event is up one flight of stairs.
ALL SALES FINAL
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No ID is required. We do not recommend our shows for children under 13 years of age. Plots may involve adult situations or mature themes (infidelity, drug use, gambling). Humor may contain mild adult innuendo.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
When you enter through Gate 5 of Fair Park, tell the Security Guard that you are going to The Old Mill Inn. There is ample free parking next to the restaurant.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Our office number is 972-263-5178. Tuesdays through Saturdays 10:00am to 5:00pm. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the refund policy? Is my ticket transferrable?
All sales are final and nonrefundable. No exceptions. However, if you can't make the show, you are allowed to give someone else your ticket for that date.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. Your name will be on the check-in list with our Mystery Host at the door. We will email you a confirmation with directions and additional information, however.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket doesn't match the person who attends?
How can members of a group sit together if they reserve separately?
When reserving, you are asked if you are part of a larger group. If you are, type your group name (e.g. The Smith Party, or The Jones Party) into the space provided, and we will sit you all together.
Is it gory or scary?
Stage Blood is used, but nothing too graphic. This is not like a haunted house experience. No one is going to leap out and try to scare you.
Is the murder mystery before or after the dinner?
During. It begins the moment you park your car, and ends only as you exit the restaurant.
May I take pictures?