Foot Light Productions’ upcoming murder mystery show “Murder on Sunset Boulevard,” is set for 7 p.m. March 24 at the Lewes Diner, 1201 Savannah Road.
Seating/cocktails begin at 5 p.m., dinner is served at 6 p.m. and the mystery begins at 7 p.m.
“Murder on Sunset Boulevard” takes place in the year 1950 at the residence of the famous silent screen star Norma Despot. Despot has been planning a return to the silver screen, not a comeback, and no one is going to stand in her way. Max, her loyal servant, previously her last director and first husband, is assisting Madame in her return to the silver screen. However, they are disrupted by four other visitors who have different ideas about the possibility of Miss Despot returning to the movies.
A buffet meal of soup or salad, rolls, tenderloin beef tips over rice, fried flounder, chicken scampi with broccoli, assorted hot vegetables and a variety of desserts and non-alcoholic beverages is $39 per person. Full cash bar available.
Audience members eat dinner and then watch the comedic drama unfold until they witness a murder. It is up to them to question the suspects and discover motive, means and opportunity. Prizes awarded for the correct solution. The show features local entertainers Suzette Chambers-Marrin and Reeves Marrin, of Milton, Mary Anne Stein, Tom Sweeny and Ches Warrener, of Lewes, and Maria Fry, of Barclay, Maryland.
Free parking is available in front lot of the restaurant. Reservations are required to 200-9191.