Philadelphia, PA - "The Golden Girls" aired its final episode in 1992, but the show lives on, not just in syndication but in the hearts of fans of all ages. Now, local actors are putting on a murder mystery starring the stellar cast at Philadelphia's Craft Hall on various dates in March. The production is similar to earlier performances in Bensalem and Drexel Hill, which featured a themed dinner menu.
A Golden Girls Murder Mystery at Craft Hall
Having witty banter and iconic sarcasm, the Golden Girls mystery murder at Craft Hall will captivate audiences of all ages. Rose's naivete and Dorothy's sarcasm will split the audience. Sophia's sultry antics will make you want to take selfies with the characters. Guests will play detective as they search for clues and solve the mystery.
'A Golden Girls Mystery at Craft Hall' is a fun night out for fans of the television series. The talented and accomplished local actresses portray the iconic characters and the detectives, a show's staple. They crack jokes and interact with the audience members. A number of the famous investigators from the show will also be in town to perform a few scenes at the craft hall.
The first performance of 'The Golden Girls Murder Mystery: The Curse of Jessica Fletcher is this weekend at Philadelphia's Craft Hall, 901 N. Delaware Avenue. By Without a Cue Productions, the production was written by John Logue and is produced by the company. It has been performed in several other venues throughout the region and across the United States. The audience can enjoy a themed three-course, light snack, tasting along with special drinks called the Three Cocktails.
About The Cast and Production Company
The rotating cast includes several Philadelphia and Philadelphia native performers, including David Micun, Monica Fotusky, Kevin Hughes, Will Maloney, Debbie Bello, Dana Corvino, Libby Ross, Carolyn Dixon, Leta Gilbert, and others to be announced.
Without A Cue Productions is a woman-owned theater and entertainment company specializing in immersive mystery theater, interactive corporate team building, and in-home events such as murder mysteries and escape rooms.
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