The community is invited to attend as Downtown Beaver Dam Inc. (DBDI) welcomes back the Milwaukee Dinner Detectives as a part of the upcoming Mural Festival fundraising. Milwaukee Dinner Detectives will produce a second mystery dinner theatre show on Sunday, October 11 at Wayland Academy. The event will take place at 6 pm in Wayland’s Pickard Dining Hall where Chef Richard of Wayland Academy will serve a four-course dinner. Tickets are $75 per person. Guests should be 17 years old or older. Tickets are on sale as at Rechek’s Food Pride, Piggly Wiggly and The Seippel Arts Center.
The Milwaukee Dinner Detectives collection of actors, directors and producers have mastered the art of improvisational theater. By hiding their actors among the customers and leaving everyone to suspect who is part of the show and who is not, their shows are award winning and proven second to none. “The Dinner Detective was founded on three simple ideas: We wanted to create a show with intriguing scenarios, challenging mysteries and true-to-life dialogue. Having produced thousands of public and private shows and entertained tens of thousands of customers since our grand opening in November 2004. The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show is at the forefront of interactive entertainment,” report the producers of the event.
The DBDI Design Committee is fundraising for the 2017 full Mural Festival, raising nearly $150,000 to complete at least ten to fifteen murals throughout the city. The most recent mural was completed by Walldogs artists on the Inter-Quest building in July. The theme is Kamrath Radio and TV store. A donor wall mural is set to be completed summer of 2016 as part of Beaver Dam’s 175th Anniversary. Mural committee members include Ken Thomas (Daily Citizen), Jonas Zahn (Northwoods Casket Company), Justin Sutter (Justin Sutter, LLC), Jessalyn Braun (BDAAA), Karla Jensen (Wayland Academy), Kay Appenfeldt (BDCAS), Josiah Vilmin (Black Waters Coffee), Judy Beyer (BDAAA artist), John Whalen (BMO Harris Bank), Brenda Uzerath (Modern Dog), Shannon Ashcroft (BDAAA artist), and Betty Reals (Beaver Dam Antique Mall). For more information on the October 11th Murder Mystery, contact Karla Jensen, mural chairperson, at (920) 356-2120 ext. 236 or email email@example.com.