from Murder Mystery Dinner Show
Off the beaten path in Pigeon Forge is a wonderful little gem of a theater that has developed a loyal following among returning guests for great food and first-class live theater entertainment. You will be treated to a delicious dinner that starts with a choice of soup: creamy potato, broccoli & cheese, or vegetable soup. The main course includes savory pork tenderloin, oven-roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, country-style green beans, and a dinner roll. Dessert is cheesecake with the choice of topping. Children 12 & under will receive the oven-roasted chicken for their entrée.
As always at the Murder Mystery Dinner Show, there will be a murder and you're in charge of solving the crime. The winner will receive a prize package! We offer a variety of whodunit shows that alternate nightly (shows are subject to change).
Moonshine Murders: The Lukes have been runnin’ shine for years in the Sevier County hills. Boss Boar and his henchwoman, local law officer Roscette P. Ketrain, have pursued them to no avail. But now Sevier County has become a prime tourist area, increasing traffic and making it harder for the Lukes to outrun the incompetent law woman. So, Uncle Bessie has decided to sell his highly sought-after Top Secret Shine Recipe to the local distillery at the Bi-Weekly Boss Boar Celebrity Speed Trap Concert featuring “Elvis”. The only problem is that Uncle Bessie hasn’t discussed the sale of the family business with the rest of the family. The evening of the concert has the whole county vying for the Top Secret Moonshine Recipe and is full of murder, mayhem, and of course, moonshine.
The Killbillies: Back from Beverly Hills to start a new life in Pigeon Forge, meet the Clampett Family. Jed, the patriarch of the clan, has designs on a new life and a new wife after some financial…and zombie problems in California. Ellie May and Jethro are up to their own brand of mischief and hijinks, while Granny misses her California life as much as she misses her motorcycle gang. All this and more in a brand new take on your favorite characters in the Beverly Killbillies!
Frankly, Scarlett...You’re DEAD!: The year is 1861. Yankee spies are everywhere! Colonel Simpson cordially invites everyone to celebrate the upcoming marriages of his daughters, Scarlett and Melody, at the ancestral plantation home of the Simpson family. The Colonel is delighted about the impending nuptials, and will be even happier when he actually finds two young men willing to marry the girls. The only single gentlemen around seem to be the Pinkney boys, and let's face it, they are a bit odd. Of course, there is a gambler of questionable repute, Brett Rutgers. Who will suffice for the daughters? Join us to find out.
Seating is assigned when you check-in at the theater.