What is the dress code?
no requirements, but we recommend business
How long does the show
Most are over
by about 9:15 p.m.
What is the format?
open at 6:30. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., the
mystery is presented in three or four acts,
with the three courses of your meal (salad,
main course, dessert) served in between
the acts (for example: salad, scene 1,
main course, scene 2, etc.). While you
are eating, the actors in character will
mingle with the audience, allowing you
to ask them questions and get extra clues.
However, each one of our mysteries can
be solved with the clues presented in the
staged portion alone.
much does it cost?
As of June 14, 2015, the individual
ticket price is $48 per person, which includes the meal, show,
tax and gratuity. There is a $2 discount per person for seating at a group table with others. (You don't need to have 6 or more in your party to do this.) Season tickets
give you a 9% discount. Season tickets
may be purchased any time before December 31.
Are these shows appropriate
for children? What is the approximate rating?
prides itself on being able to offer
top-quality mystery entertainment without
resorting to the type of off-color and
risqué programming that passes
for murder mysteries elsewhere. Our
shows are generally in the range of PG-13,
and your children are welcome. However,
murder itself is an "adult" topic,
and adult motivations are involved. It
would be unrealistic to portray a murder
with language and behavior only used
by the nicest of people. Parents are
advised to consider that, along with
your child's attention span. In general,
if you are comfortable with letting your
children watch prime-time TV shows such
& Order and Mystery!,
then you should have no qualms about bringing them to WhoDunnit.
Yes — advance, pre-paid reservations are required. You can reserve online or by phone. When you make your reservation, please let us
know if you have any special seating requirements (e.g., wheelchair access or dietary
concerns). Please also let us know if you are joining a party reserved under another name,
and if you are celebrating anything (for example,
a birthday or anniversary). Need more info? Just call: (502) 426-7100.
Can I Avoid the Online Reservation Fee if I Reserve by Phone?
No. All of our reservations are made online. If you reserve by phone, then we enter the information online for you. We recommend that you make the reservations online yourself, so that you can make sure everything is exactly the way you want it.
When Should I Make
recommend that you make reservations at least two weeks in advance,
as the shows tend to sell out — and for large groups, the
sooner the better. A deposit may be required for groups of 10 or
How is Seating Determined?
Usually, seating is assigned on a first-reserved first-served basis,
although some tables are set aside for season ticket holders,
who can generally pick their seats. We also have a limited number
of private tables for two or four people. If you want a table in a
specific area and/or a private table, it's best to reserve as early
What if a Show is
It's always best to reserve early, and to have backup choices for performance
dates, as shows often sell out. If you need tickets for a particular night and
a show is sold out, you can call and ask to be put on a waiting list. That way, you'll
get a call if a table opens up.
Are Ticket Purchases
To the best of our knowledge, no tickets for live theatre are refundable,
anywhere in Kentuckiana. Just as with other live theatres, your
WhoDunnit reservation purchases should be considered final. However,
because we sometimes have sold-out shows with waiting lists, we
will try to accommodate requests for changes up until noon two
days before the show (for example, noon on Thursday for a Saturday
night show). We will switch you to a show on another night if one
is available; or, if there is a waiting list for the night of your
reservation, we may be able to re-sell your reservations at your
request. If we are able to do that, you won't be charged for those
reservations. Please be aware, however, that such a request is
final. You won't be able to reclaim your tickets for that night.
Any hints on solving
Noe the Butler says in WhoDunnit's The
Twelve Murders of Christmas, "No
crime is perfect, and what goes around
comes around." Killers make mistakes,
and our killers generally slip up by
revealing something that only the killer
could know. Watch and listen for that.
Also watch out for visual clues, and
for one alibi that isn't quite as good
as the others. And here's another hint,
off the record: If you honestly don't
have a clue who dunnit, write a funny
answer on your solution card. There's
a prize for the most creative answer
as well as the most completely correct
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