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Murder & A Meal: How to Murder a Millionaire

August 17, 2024

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2 Hours


Recommended for ages 13+. Everyone must have a ticket.

Late Seating

Latecomers are seated at the discretion of management.


How to Murder a Millionaire


All Dirk Dagwell wants is a bride, and having recently retired young, finds an opportunity with cable access TV’s morally bankrupt show How to Marry a Millionaire. Its tacky host, Remus Philbrick, would have been a better fit as a two-bit comedian on a 1970’s cruise ship. There to fight for the millionaire’s wallet – that is, “affections” are Tonya (who is a bombshell but severely lacks brains), Carleen (who is better suited for beer and nuts rather than wine and caviar), and Dharma (an expert in apparently everything). Will choosing a bride be the last choice he ever makes? Everyone has a secret up their costumed sleeve, but don’t let that keep you from making merry. Huzzah!!!!

August 17, 2024  Matinee doors open at 2pm with show and dinner starting at 2:30pm. evening show Doors open at 6:30Pm with show and dinner starting at 7pm 
  • When you arrive at Arizona Broadway Theatre, present your ticket to the check-in desk, located by the Encore Room. Guests will be given a table assignment (tables can sit up to 10 people). One course of dinner is served between each act (i.e., Act one, salad course, Act two, Main entree, Act three, Dessert and Act four). During the show, cast members randomly select audience member to participate in the show. During the meal portion, cast members interact with the audience. Prior to Act four, all audience members fill out and turn in their crime reports. Winners are randomly selected from those crime reports with the correct answers.
  • Most Murder and a Meal performances are appropriate for audiences 13+.  The shows are written and performed as comedies.
  • Advance purchase is required and shows do sell out quickly.

Children & Infants

Arizona Broadway Theatre recommends children attending the performances be at least aged six and older. As a courtesy to audience members and performers, it is recommended to keep babies at home. All guest including babies in arms must have a ticket to enter the theatre.