Rogue Theater kicks off its seventh season with its annual murder-mystery dinner-theater series. Dead Tuesday, written by Scott Cherney, is filled with voodoo, deception, jealousy, romance, laughs and, of course, murder.
Directed by Stuart Champeau, Dead Tuesday takes place during Mardi Gras at Bob and Bunny Boudreaux’s New Orleans mansion. All of their guests have dark secrets that are about to be revealed, and one of them will be murdered. Only international playboy François Fibian V can solve the murder.
Enjoy dinner and the show during five performances at Door County restaurants: the White Birch Inn on April 3 ($35 per ticket), the Union Supper Pub on April 4 ($40 per ticket), The Lodge at Leathem Smith on April 6 ($35 per ticket), Wave Pointe Marina on April 10 ($40 per ticket) and the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club on April 11 ($45 per ticket). Ticket prices include the show, dinner, tax and tip. Reservations are required. Call the individual venues directly for times and to reserve your spot.
A show-only performance will be held April 13, 2 pm, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling 920.818.0816. Learn more at facebook.com/roguetheater.