Dinner Theatre

The Mystery Café


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Delighting audiences since 1989,
The Mystery Café is the Twin Cities' original
comedy who-dunnit dinner theater.


The Show:

When the owner of a minor league ballpark is murdered, everyone wants a piece of the pie.  But before the family, staff or players can stake a claim, they'll have to find the killer.  The Mystery Cafe presents "Death Throws a Curve Ball," a brand new laugh-a-minute comedy caper where you and your table are invited to solve the crime...all while enjoying a delicious 3-course meal.

What to Expect:

Featuring the best in local talent, The Mystery Café dishes out a hilarious comedy caper, in which you and your table are invited to solve a crime...all while enjoying a delicious three-course meal.

Upon arrival, you’ll be seated by members of the cast. The show consists of four acts, in between which you’ll be given a course...and a clue. You’ll also be provided with “Mystery Money,” so you can bribe characters for more information.

The clues point to one answer, and a prize is awarded to our “Super Sleuth” winner. We also give prizes for the most...shall we say...“creative” answer. Right or wrong, you’ll be laughing all the way to the solution. You may not crack the case, but you’ll certainly bust a gut.

Show Dates:

February: 9, 15

How to Make Reservations:

You can purchase tickets by clicking here: www.themysterycafe.com. You can also call The Mystery Café box office at (763) 566-2583 for questions or to make a reservation.

About the Mystery Café:

The Mystery Café MN was founded in 1989, making it the original Twin Cities interactive dinner theater. Lee Adams had been a core member of the first Mystery Café in Boston, as both actor and writer. For 26 years, he served as owner and creative director. In that time, he wrote and directed nearly every show and acted in many of them. In 2016, Lee handed the reigns to longtime Mystery Café company member Brian Kelly. Brian has written, directed and produced many shows throughout his 20-plus years as a Twin Cities performer, and currently serves as the entertainment director for the St. Paul Saints. Brian is delighted to carry on The Mystery Café tradition.

Over the years, The Mystery Café has entertained hundreds of corporate groups and delighted thousands of patrons. It was the first, and still considered the best, in local interactive dinner theater in the Twin Cities. We pride ourselves on hiring the finest local talent, who share our commitment to high-quality entertainment.