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Harwelden Murder Mystery

A fundraiser supporting the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa’s arts and cultural programming.


2017 Performance Dates

Thursday, August 3
Friday, August 4 – SOLD OUT
Saturday, August 5
Thursday, August 10
Friday August 11
Saturday, August 12

Only a few tickets remain for the August 5 and 12 performances, available by phone only!
Call 918-584-3333 between 10AM – 5PM Monday through Friday.

Individual Admission is $75.

 

 The Mystery

Our story is set in the Harwelden Home for Superannuated Superheroes, heroes past their primes, their powers either gone or flagging. This makes dealing with the fact that someone is bent on killing off all such heroes all the more difficult.


What to Expect

You are the detectives. Can you solve this year’s mystery? Your $75 admission includes dinner, beverages, and a mystery to solve! After watching a performance, be sure to interview all “surviving” cast members. Prizes are awarded for costumes and to the best detectives each night.

Timeline

Times are approximate.

7:00 PM
Doors Open for Check-In
7:15 PM
Buffet Opens for Dinner
8:00 PM
Performance Begins
Guests fill out their “whodunit” answer sheets
9:00 PM
Performance Ends
Guests interview “surviving” suspects
Solution is revealed
Prizes are awarded

Raffle & Mulligans

Our raffle prize package includes:
Season Tickets for Two to: Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Symphony, Choregus Productions, and Tulsa Opera
Family Memberships to: Tulsa Botanic Garden, Hardesty Arts Center, 108 Contemporary, Tulsa Historical Society
More coming soon!

Raffle tickets are $25 or 3 for $60 and a single winner will be chosen after our last performance.

Mulligans, or “freebie answers” will be on sale at each performance for $5 each. Limit 2 per answer sheet.

Location

Harwelden Mansion
2210 S. Main Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma


TICKETS ON SALE JULY 5!


2017 Murder Mystery Graphics created by Colorpop. 

Special Thanks:
Tulsa Ballet
Tulsa Symphony
Choregus Productions
Tulsa Opera
Tulsa Botanic Garden
108|Contemporary
Tulsa Historical Society