Put on your detective hat when Rogue Theater kicks off its eighth season with its annual murder-mystery dinner theater. The Case of the Mysterious Cravat: An Inspector Giles Murder Mystery, written by Mike Young, is mixed with jealousy and romance, but can you believe all that you see?
Directed by Stuart Champeau, it’s a play within a play. The setting of the internal play is the drawing room of the venerable Table Manor, a well-kept but older British country house. The actors are there to perform a show written by one of their colleagues. Some members are looking for love; some seek revenge; others are just stopping by. Each has secrets, and one will be murdered.
The Case of the Mysterious Cravat will be presented April 1, 6 pm, at the White Birch Inn (cost is $35); April 2, 5:30 pm, at CHOP Restaurant ($40); April 3, 6:30 pm, at The Lodge at Leathem Smith ($35); April 4, 6 pm, at the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club ($45); April 8, 6 pm, at Wave Pointe Marina ($40); and April 18, 6:30 pm, at Stone Harbor ($40). Dinner-theater ticket prices include the show, dinner, tax and a tip. Reservations are required; call the restaurant venues directly.
There will also be one show-only performance April 11, 2 pm, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church ($15). Call Rogue Theater at 920.818.0816 to purchase those tickets. Find out more at facebook.com/roguetheater.