Las Vegas is famous for the wide range of shows that the city offers, with visitors coming from far and wide to enjoy the entertainment. With musical superstars such as Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, and Donny and Marie Osmond performing, as well as popular comedians such as George Lopez, Ray Romano, and Jerry Seinfeld, there is a little bit of something for everyone in this crazy city of fun and excitement.
Among Las Vegas’ more unique shows is the widely acclaimed Marriage Can Be Murder production. While many productions offer the option of a dinner and show package, Marriage Can Be Murder is a dinner and show by nature. To be more precise, it is a murder mystery dinner and show, combining wild comedy with crime and suspense to create a one of a kind entertainment experience.
What makes Marriage Can Be Murder so incredible is that there are actors planted within the audience. This show is completely interactive, with possible suspects staying engaged with the crowd to try and solve the mystery. As the longest running dinner show in all of Las Vegas, Marriage Can Be Murder has earned quite a reputation for itself as a must-do Vegas experience.
To take part in this murder mystery extravaganza you must visit the Fitzgeralds’ Showroom located in the Fitzgeralds Casino and Hotel. Tickets start at $60.45 for general admission, which includes the show, a three course meal, and a non-alcoholic beverage. VIP tickets, which include the same plus a t-shirt and premium seating, run at $76.95 per ticket. A special discount rate is available for Las Vegas locals looking to enjoy the show.
The three course meal is prepared with high quality ingredients, and can be customized to each guest. Vegetarian options are available, as well as special dishes made for those with specific or extreme allergies. The first course is a salad, followed by a traditional main course, such as beef sirloin, chicken picatti, or salmon, and ending with a mouth-watering dessert.
Marriage Can Be Murder runs around two hours long, and is available for group reservations. The show includes the theme of murder, but all is presented in a fun and humorous fashion, making the performance appropriate for kids and families. They do not recommend bringing children under eight years old, however, as youth have difficulty distinguishing between fantasy and reality at this age.
Feedback From Audience Members:
- “The food was great, and I never laughed so much.”
- “We laughed all the way to the end.”
- “This was the best thing in Vegas!”
- “We loved it. It was hilarious. Everyone gets to participate in one way or another.”