The cast of this season’s  Reflections:The Darkening Web.


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For quite some time WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theatre has been the leader in presenting the murder mystery dinner format to Louisville audiences. In celebration of 10 years here in Louisville, and 15 since WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater was founded in New England, WhoDunnit is pleased to present two of its all-time classics, followed by two world premieres.

As always, all scripts are original material written by local writers. The 2014-15 season begins in October with Murder by Midnight: The Case of the Missing Identity. This play is part of WhoDunnit’s beloved Dr. MacCrimmon series, but patrons don’t need to have seen any of the others in order to enjoy watching and solving this one. It will run on Saturday evenings, Oct. 11–Nov. 15, 2014.

In November and December, WhoDunnit continues its tradition of holiday-themed shows with The Twelve Murders of Christmas, which has been critically acclaimed as one of WhoDunnit’s all-time best. Public performances will be on Saturday evenings, Nov. 29–Dec. 20, 2014, plus Jan. 3, 2015, as well as two Friday evenings, Dec. 5 and 12, 2014.

In February 2015, the New Year brings a new mystery: The Oxford Incident, set in 1975 New York, in the competitive world of publishing. This world premiere play will run on Saturday evenings, Feb. 14–March 28, 2015.

In May and June, the season will wrap up with another new play. Murder on the Alien Express is set on a luxury starship and should please both mystery and science fiction fans alike. Guests are even welcome to dress in alien attire! Patrons will be transported to this intergalactic adventure on Saturday evenings, May 9–June 13, 2015.

WhoDunnit is pleased to announce that its home for public performances in 2014-15 will be the Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport, 2735 Crittenden Drive. This hotel is centrally located, easily accessible from I-65, and offers plenty of free parking.

All WhoDunnit shows are available for private parties and functions.