their 25th year with a hilarious new murder mystery, Agatha’s A Taste of
Mystery serves up yet another must-see show. While most chose a coiffed and
glamorous celebration for a silver anniversary, Agatha’s proudly presents Jekyllicious: Murder and Good Times at the Georgia Shore!
Jekyllicious: Murder and Good Times at the Georgia Shore
Through April 18th
Agatha’s A Taste of Mystery
with beehive hairdo(n’ts) and bee-stung lips, this pop-culture spoof is a
good-time show for all ages. Jump into the action as the casts from
“Jerseylucious” and “Georgia Shore” battle it out in the Superstylist
Competition - but beware, as the scissors and trash talk fly, something
sinister is lurking around the Mystery Competition. Can Gayley and her devout
accomplice take first place in the Trailer Park Chic showdown, or will the
struggling salon owner succumb to an overdose of “intravenous tanning
products?” Who poisoned the hairspray? Where can I order that “Possum Pink
Blush?” Stop by for dinner and find answers to these questions and more.
that five-course meal, guests are greeted with hor d'oeuvres, served the soup
of the day and a house salad. Next is your choice of one of five entrées - my
favorites from the Jekyllicious run include succulent pork medallions
stuffed with green apples and raisins as well as a blackened and Cajun-spiced
Mahi-mahi. Each guest (21+ only) are served a glass of wine from their choice
of three varietals and there’s a cash bar available during performance breaks.
Finally, enjoy your decadent dessert with coffee or hot tea. (A note on the
delicious dinner - all of Agatha’s food is prepared in-house. All the meats
are hand-cut the day of the show and the veggies are delivered fresh throughout
Agatha’s A Taste of Mystery is Atlanta’s premiere
dinner theatre. Featuring seasonal shows accompanied by a five-course meal,
this original dining concept is a must-try for visitors and locals alike. Each
original storyline is carried by two actors and the guests fill in the rest!
Don’t worry about learning your lines - you’ll find your new identity and
script tucked between the water glass and dessert spoon. While audience participation
isn’t required, it’s great fun and offers that strange camaraderie that only
comes from embarrassing yourself in front of strangers.