930 James St
Syracuse, NY 13203
The George and Rebecca Barnes Foundation has partnered with Theatre Du Jour for the second season of interactive theatre at the Mansion. Murder at the Prom directed by Sherri Metz opens May 9th at the Barnes Hiscock Mansion! Get your tickets NOW! http://dujourcny.com/book_ticket.php
Patrons are encouraged to dress in their 80’s Prom Best (or worst)
Prom KING & QUEEN will be up for grabs
Prizes awarded for best (or worst) dressed –
Courtesy of our 2017 Season Sponsor JP Jewelers!
Presented in Dinner Theatre Format, Theatre Du Jour is thrilled to offer this interactive murder mystery favorite by Peter DePietro! Starring an all-star local cast including – Tammy Lynn Wilkinson, Scott Bandla, Tammy Ackman Thompson, Julia Preston-Fulton, Payne R. Horning and Clare Bawarski. Directed by Sherri Metz!
Your Dinner Theatre Experience includes:
❤The best local cuisine!
❤The best local talent!
❤A stellar, proven interactive murder mystery!
❤Music & cocktail hour!
❤Contests & giveaways!
❤Fab photo opportunities!
❤Talk back with the actors!
❤An interactive experience to remember!
When: Tuesday May 9th 2017
Music & Cocktail hour 5-6pm
Prom themed Photo Booth & Music by Dan Williams. Your first cocktail is complimentary!
Evening meal courtesy of Smoke Incorporated BBQ 6-7pm
Served Family Style in the historic 1st floor dining rooms
To start – Deviled Egg Appetizer
Followed by a Lemon Poppy Seed Salad
Entree -Shepards Pie
Curtain at 7pm (Show runs 90 minutes)
Where: Barnes Hiscock Mansion 930 James St. Syracuse 13204
Cost: $60 per person
To learn more and to order tickets please call 315-422-2445. Payments may be made over the phone or by sending a check c/o Murder at the Prom. You may also purchase tickets here: http://dujourcny.com/book_ticket.php
Stroll down the lane that love paved as you and your sweetheart attend the high school senior prom. You’ll bask in the glory of your recent varsity victory and cheer as the king and queen of the prom are selected from among the guests. But beware! Glory days soon turn into gory days as one among you is murdered, then another. Gee whiz, not even Carrie was this treacherous. The list of suspects includes class snobs Charles Jonathan Edward Buckley III and Margot Ralston, the class outcast Patty Primpinpoof, and a couple from the wrong side of the tracks, Vinnie DiMici and Bella Baloopi. Vinnie and Bella are always making a scene. This year Bella insisted on coming to the prom, even though she is “in the family way,” or is that a bomb she has hidden under her gown? Attend the prom and find out the answer, along with whodunit.
*Proceeds go to support the mission of the GRB Foundation with a focus on preservation, restoration and education. Help us save an irreplaceable piece of Syracuse’s history! #savethemansion