Without A Cue Productions is making its way to Bensalem’s Fisher’s Complex, 1858 Street Road, with an all-new murder mystery performance that promises to evoke ‘70s nostalgia and deliver an exciting dose of mystery entertainment. A Very Brady Murder: A Murdery Parody hits the stage on Jan. 27, as well as Feb. 3 and 10, all starting at 7 p.m.
The show unfolds the misadventures of the Brady family and, this time, the Bradys are up to no good. In A Very Brady Murder, the audience becomes detectives in solving the crime alongside the iconic family. Tickets priced at $35 are now available for purchase. For more information about the show and tickets, visit ci.ovationtix.com/36719/production/1187666.
“We are thrilled to be finally performing a Brady Bunch-inspired show. We’re taking you back to the nostalgic era of the ‘70s inspired by your favorite family,” said Traci Connaughton, executive director of Without A Cue. “We can hardly contain our excitement to share this unforgettable experience with all of you this winter.”
Aside from watching and enjoying the show, attendees can engage in additional interactive experiences. Guests will be able to take selfies with the cast, snap their very own mugshot and find hidden clues. At the end of the night, the audience will try to solve this one-of-a-kind mystery, with one fortunate winner receiving a special prize and a coveted spot on the company’s “Mugshot” wall. Please note that this is not a dinner event, but a cash bar is available. Fisher’s Restaurant is also available for food service reservations before or after the performance.
Without A Cue Productions also announced its new show series Freaky Fridays, along with the 2024 show lineup at its homebase, the Red Rum Theater in Philadelphia. Guests can anticipate a variety of performances, including Burlesque Bingo, Drag Brunch, Trivia and more. Visit redrum.live/ for more information.
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