TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! RESERVE EARLY!
Evenings, Sept. 16–Oct. 28
Murder by Quarry: The Case of the Murderous Masterpiece
by A. S. Waterman
directed by Erica Goldsmith
assistant directed by Heather Hensley
Step back in time to 1908, the era of the greatest mystery stories ever told! Who killed the evil duke Harry Hollingsworth, and why? Are others in danger? And how does La Curèe, the mysterious masterpiece of art, come into play? Match wits with WhoDunnit’s favorite detective Dr. Angus MacCrimmon, as he returns to solve his newest, most challenging and most intriguing mystery ever!
The menu for this New England based mystery features 4 food dishes of the region and beverages to be purchased separately that complements the food.
NOTE! On OCTOBER 28th there will be a limit to three menu choices. Duchess Hollingsworth's Shirmp and Scallop Basilicato will not be available. In order for this dish to be at it's best, it is made to order. Duchess Hollingsworth is hosting multiple parties on that night and her staff is over taxed and can't possibly do the Basilicato justice. Our apologies.
- MacCrimmon's New England Boiled Dinner. A plot twist on the classic. Pot roast plated with potatoes and mixed vegetables.
- Duchess Hollingsworth's Shrimp and Scallop Basilicato. A dish worthy of high society Newport. Garlic butter sautéed shrimp,and natural sea scallops served with linguine tossed in a white wine and basil pesto sauce. Succulent.
- Chicken Oscar WhoDunnit? Seared chicken breast topped with crab imperial, asparagus and hollandaise sauce. Served over a bed of gourmet rice. Any good detective can solve this delightful dilemma!
- Murder by Quarry (Chicken Penne Santorini). Whole wheat penne pasta tossed with chicken, mushrooms, spinach, olives, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and feta cheese in a white wine, olive and pesto sauce. Note, the less-murderous version, no chickens harmed, is also available for our vegetarians delight.
The Duke of Mere's Angel food cake served with strawberries and whipped cream.
Libations (purchased separately/not included in the ticket price but Oh so murderously divine) Boston Rum Punch-2 oz. Traditional Jamaican Rum. Lemonade.
Nutmeg or half a strawberry. Orange slice.
The Ward Eight. A New England twist on the Whiskey Sour! The Ward 8 is a cocktail originating in 1898 in Boston, Massachusetts at the bar of the Gilded Age restaurant
. 2 ounces rye whiskey. 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice. 1/2 ounce fresh orange juice. 1 teaspoon grenadine. Maraschino cherry (optional)
All shows are at The Bristol Bar and Grille, 614 West Main Street, Louisville, KY
The cast includes:
Francis Whitaker returning by popular demand as Dr. Angus MacCrimmon
Heather Hensley as Henrietta Hollingsworth
John Campbell Finnegan as Count Alexei Federov
Ben Rogers as Carlton Royce
Megg Ward as Elyse Beaumont
Sarah Mackell as Hetty Hollingsworth
For reservations call (502) 538-4100
GREAT FOR PRIVATE PARTIES AND GROUPS!
Validated parking available if patrons park in the garage directly behind the Bristol. Entrance to the garage is located on the right side of 6th Street between Main Street and Market Street.
Seating at 6:30 / Show starts at 7:00
Tickets are $48 each for 1-5 guests at a private table. Discounted tickets are for 6 or more guests in a party. This price includes
meal, show, tax and gratuity.
Reserve early for parties, groups & corporate functions!
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