Fans of comedy and social distancing, we have the show for you! Back by popular demand, Marriage Can Be Murder’s virtual show “Quarantined to Death” announces upcoming performances on Saturday, June 27 and Saturday, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. PST. Virtual doors open 30 mins prior to showtime for check-in.
The murder-mystery keeps it’s interactive component with guests as they chat with characters from the show through their computer screen. Sleuths make their way through breakout rooms, taking in information from a friendly bartender, detectives, ditzy hostesses and the suspects themselves. Can you solve the crime?
“We attended the virtual show of Marriage Can Be Murder last night for My BF’s birthday and had an exceptional time. The show even sent a birthday shout out to him during the live show & on Facebook. He was so surprised & loved the shout out for his birthday. The virtual experience was worth the cost. This is an event for the entire family. I would recommend this show to anyone looking to have a great time, lots of laughs, fun & to be constantly entertained should go see this show.” – Mynnie C
Join the murderous fun via a private Zoom link on computer, laptop, tablet or phone. With one of the show’s optional Marriage Can Be Murder customized Zoom backgrounds, attendees can stand out on the screen for the whodunit fun. Get additional information on dates and tickets.
Add to Your Virtual Experience
- Put out an APB: Celebrating a special occasion? Get yourself a shoutout! Your special moment could be anything: a negative COVID-19 test, your first date night in 3 months, a birthday or anniversary… just let us know who you are celebrating and what the occasion is. Extra perks if you send a photo of the person(s) you are celebrating. Deadline for photos is 48 hours before the showtime. Your shout out will happen during the show and on Facebook live. Send shout out information with specific details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bribe a cop or bartender: When you get acquainted with the cop and the bartender in your Zoom breakout rooms, they just might give you a clue to solve the mystery. Support the actors in this feature with a bribe (cough, cough tip).