Life isn’t always black or white, wrong or right—except when it comes to murder! Florida Railroad Museum is happy to reprise their ever-popular mystery train (postponed from last year because of COVID protocols). Ride the rails out to Willow depot and enjoy a delectable dinner while you help solve who-done-it.
Murder in Black & White is a funny crime caper wherein an “innocent audience member” is targeted for murder and three others have close calls. All have only one thing in common—the name of Ann White. Will the detective who takes command of the investigation figure out which is the real victim, and which is the assassin?
Prizes will be awarded at each show for the guests "Best Dressed" in black and white attire, and for those who turn in the best or worst guesses to solve the crime. The show opens on Valentine's Day weekend and performances continue through the first weekend in March 2022. Group prices are available, and passengers are encouraged to bring their friends and families to be seated at their own dinner table.
Murder in Black & White is produced by special arrangement with Mysteries by Moushey.
Tickets will be available through Florida Railroad Museum.
From left to right on train is Charlie Magee and Jay Wright; on ground is Debbie Davidson, Haley Magee, Tami Vaughan
The Auctioneer’s Last Call, 2019
Previous shows for our murder-mystery dinner theater, played on board FRRM trains and Willow depot, 2018. The Auctioneer’s Last Call, a comic-murder-mystery dinner show by Supper Sleuths, played on board FRRM trains and Willow depot; reprise at Imperial Lakes Community Clubhouse, 2019. Murder on the Moonshine Express, written and directed by Karen Romant, opened February, 2020 on board FRRM trains. See Florida Railroad Museum's website for ticket info. http://www.frrm.org/Months/murder-mystery-train.html