Murder Café presents the 25th anniversary edition of its Valentine's themed, mystery dinner.
In celebration of its 25th year in operation, Murder Café will be offering a new version of its popular Valentine's themed whodunit: "A Recipe to Die For."
This dinner theater performance, which offers music, mystery and comedy, will be presented on Wednesday, February 8th at 7pm. Tickets are $75 and include a three-course dinner with entrée choice. Tickets may be purchased by clicking the link below or, for more information, call 845-475-7973.
Murder Café owner Frank Marquette wrote A Recipe to Die For and he explains the plot as follows: "Four celebrity bakers will be asked to prepare an original Valentine's Day dessert recipe, and each new concoction will be tasted and rated. On hand to oversee the bake-off will be Danny Glaze, the master of ceremonies, and a celebrated food critic Francine Lydecker, who, along with several audience members, will act as judges. Murder is also on the menu and it will take a visit from local CSI investigators to determine whodunit and why."
A Recipe to Die For is interactive and suitable for all ages. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Three guests will be cast as judges. Those who guess "whodunit" will be eligible for prizes.
The cast features the talents of Ellen Pavloff, Josh Ezra, Ken Stallon, Michelle Kafel, Samantha Mileski and Frank Marquette.