TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -- Let's be honest, the holidays can sometimes feel like murder.
The Theater Tallahassee's Acting Up Players is taking that idea to the stage with its latest mystery dinner show.
The Acting Up Players are all performers over the age of 50.
Those involved say, "The setting is a large Plantation in the South at Thanksgiving. The family is gathered for the reading of Mama's will. But the family is highly dysfunctional and there are rumors that Mama, 102, was actually poisoned. But by who? The family attorney, despised by all, and suspected of hanky panky with the old lady, hints he knows which one of the family did it. During actual dinner the cast will roam the audience and answer their questions as they try to solve the crime."
The Holidays Can Be Murder mystery dinner show is runs November 20 -22. Friday and Sunday are matinee lunch performances; Saturday is the evening dinner.
It's at the Tallahassee Elks Club (276 North Magnolia Drive). Tickets are $22 for the matinee and $25 for the dinner show.
For more information, call (850) 224-8474 or click here.