Ventfort Hall scene of “The Numb and the Restless” murder mystery dinner

The Numb and the Restless company has arrived.

The Numb and the Restless company has arrived.

The Comical Mystery Tour ensemble returns by popular demand to Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum after a sold out performance last November 14th. This time they will perform “The Killer Script,” a murder mystery dinner theater program on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 6:00 pm.

The stage is set for a deadly rehearsal of the soap opera, “The Numb and the Restless.” The producer, RE Mote has ticked off someone enough that they have cancelled him, permanently. Is it the Director and ill treated brother-in-law, Frank Lee; the abused Stage Manager, Shanel Surfer; the over acting new actor, Foster Granite or the bubbly yet obsessive actress, Sunny Delight? Come along and help figure out who dunnit.

Dinner at the mansion includes chicken Marsala with linguini and Italian vegetables, salad, cake, coffee and tea with beer and wine available for purchase. Everyone is in for a rollicking good time while they discover the killer in this who-done-it over dinner.

In production since 1995, The Comical Mystery Tour has had over 50,000 audience members viewing and/or participating in their programs.

Tickets for “The Killer Script” are $30. Please place your reservation by Friday, April 15th. Seating is limited. For information or reservations call Ventfort Hall at 413-637-3206 or visit info@gildedage.org. The historical mansion is located at 104 Walker Street in Lenox.

An Official Project of Save America’s Treasures program sponsored by The White House, Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, built in 1893, offers tours of the historic mansion, as well as Tea & Talks, such exhibitions as the Bellefontaine Collection, concerts, theater, and other programs. This elegant Jacobean-Revival Berkshire “cottage,” listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is open to the public year round and is available for private rental. Sarah Morgan was the sister of financier J. P. Morgan. Ventfort Hall has undergone substantial restoration, which continues.

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