With a tag-line like Murder De-Railed, you can guarantee you’re in for a wild time.
You’ll be able to outsmart a killer in Covered Tracks, a brand new performance brought to you by Theatre Charlotte, the neighborhood theatre established in 1927. If you’re a fan of Escape Rooms, True-Crime series, or showing off how quickly you can solve a mystery, then you’ll love Uncovered Tracks. Similar to a Murder Mystery Dinner Experience, this interactive performance takes place outdoors at one of three fun venues. Be led through this immersive Whodunit in socially-distanced style and prepare to step through a time machine back to the 30s.
According to the summary of the performance on the official website,
“Travel back to 1937 and solve the murder of a technology titan, found dead inside the Presidential Car of the train he designed himself. The eight remaining passengers are all well-known figures from high society. Now they are all suspects. One of them is the murderer, but are any of them completely innocent? You be the judge.”
The game is meant to be interactive, and participants are asked to interrogate, gather clues, and give their own guesses as to who the murderer is. You can book a private party of six to eight of your friends or buy single tickets for the chance to mingle with other part-time “detectives.” Each group will have.a designated host to guide them through the investigation.
The show will take place in three different locations around Charlotte: Camp North End where guests can enjoy the local eats and art in between solving the mystery, Duke Mansion which already passed, and Van Landingham Estate where you can take in the views of this newly renovated and historic plot of land. Dates are throughout this weekend so check the official website to find out when and where each show takes place.
For tickets, take a look at their tickets page for information on how to buy tickets, which cost $25. At this time, tickets have to be purchased in advance. The last show wil tae place this Sunday, April 25th, so don’t miss out.
[featured image courtesy of Theatre Charlotte]