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Original Murder Mystery Series Announced at the Renaissance Mansion!

Chicagoan Paul Warshauer fell in love with the Renaissance Mansion when he first walked in. “What a great place for a murder,” he said. Now his nationally recognized company has teamed up with the folks at the Renaissance Mansion to present a series of original murder mysteries at the Renaissance Mansion located at 401 S. 39th Street in Omaha, Nebraska. The dates are May 21, June 25, & July 23, 2010. Call (402) 346-2990 as seating is limited. Tickets may be purchased for any show in advance.



The first show entitled “Murder at the Renaissance Casino!” will occur on May 21, 2010 at the Renaissance Mansion Cocktail reception begins at 7:00 pm and the dinner and show begin at 7:30 pm.  Tickets are $40.00 per person and include a four course gourmet meal including dessert, a wine pour, and the interactive performance starring professional actors.

The show for the Renaissance, written, directed and hosted by Warshauer, centers on the fact that Nebraska does not have any casinos. In the story, Chicago mob Boss Don Dom D. Dahmdan and his associate, Trixie DeLighté, will propose the casino idea to Omaha’s Mayor, Frieda Flipflappah, and her Chief of staff, G. Gordon Piddley. Other characters have been invited to the Mansion to discuss the proposal including the idealist architect, Biff Wellington and preservationist, Lotta Stuffatah. Somewhere during the evening one of the cast members will be murdered and the audience becomes the sleuths trying to solve the murder. In Warshauer’s original format, audience members are allowed to cross examine the suspects to determine their alibis, motives and use of the murder weapons. At the end of the night and “due to the miracle of modern refrigeration,” the victim returns from the dead to tell all! A prize is awarded to the person or couple who correctly solve the mystery. There’s always a fun dénouémént and plenty of humor!

“Humor is an important part of all my murder mysteries,” Warshauer said.   He has presented over 200 original murder mysteries from Alaska to Florida and from California to Maine. His website is www.murdersrus.com.

Please visit the Renaissance Mansion website at www.renaissancemansion.com or join them on Facebook at The Renaissance Mansion.

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