The health and safety of our patrons and actors, as well as that of Sherlock's and Marriott staff, are of utmost importance to us, so in light of the updated event guidelines issued by the CDC, as well as the confirmed COVID-19 cases in surrounding counties, we have decided to cancel both performances for this upcoming weekend of March 20th and March 21st.
Although we normally maintain a strict "no refund/exchange only" policy, we are relaxing that and offering the following 3 options:
1. Donate back to us. Chattahoochee Theatre Company DBA "Sherlock's Mystery Dinner Theatre" is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to educate and promote theatrical arts. All donations to us are fully tax deductible.
2. Credit toward a future performance. Our next show is September 25th through October 31st. Join us then!
3. A full refund. We will process a refund back to your original payment method. You should receive it 2-4 business days from the date that it is requested.
If you had reservations for this weekend, please contact us at email@example.com or call 706-718-4196 to let us know your preference no later than 5pm this Friday, March 20th.
Thank you so much for your continued support of Sherlock's!
Stay safe! We hope to see you in the fall
Mickey Cole, Jr., is a Atlanta native who pursues a life of Acting both in Film/Television and Theatre. He is represented by Houghton Talent for Film and Television as has been reoccurring in the Playstation Network original show POWERS. He graduated from Columbus State University with a BFA in Theatre Performance and strives to make Performing his life. Columbus, GA locals might remember Mickey from the Springer Opera House’s production of The True Story of the Three Little Pigs as Alexander T. Wolf. Mickey recently opened Death of a Salesmen in Atlanta with The Renaissance Project playing the role of Biff. Mickey also has an admiration for children’s theatre and in 2017 toured the middle-eastern states with Lexington Children’s Theatre. Mickey wishes to thank his loving family for all the support they give him throughout the years and Chandler Clark who never stops pushing him to be his best.
Marcia Faith Harper is a 2019 alumna of Columbus State University’s BFA Theatre Performance program. You may have seen her in CSU’s productions of Tartuffe (Dorine), Young Frankenstein, Fiddler on the Roof (Yente), The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Boo Levy), Guys and Dolls, The Children’s Hour, The Addams Family Musical and James and the Giant Peach (Narrator). You may also have seen her at the Springer in The Great Gatsby and West Side Story, or as Carson McCullers at the 2017 Carson McCullers Tribute at the RiverCenter. Marcia just returned to Columbus from a national tour of A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Past) with the Nebraska Theatre Caravan out of Omaha. She is happy to be back home, and to be making her first appearance with Sherlock Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. She sincerely hopes you enjoy the show!
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What is this whole “murder mystery dinner theatre” thing?
Sherlock’s Mystery Dinner Theatre is a hilarious interactive theatre experience where the audience gets the chance to participate with professional actors as a mystery plot unfolds before their eyes! Audience members have the opportunity to select a pre-scripted character when they arrive or, if they would prefer, they can just sit back and watch the show. The show has 4 acts which are performed in between meal courses and the entire show lasts less than 2 1/2 hours. The level of participation is completely up to the individual and we can guarantee that you will be laughing all the way through the show!
Sherlocks features professional actors performing fully scripted plays as well as 10+ audience roles that are handed out to willing volunteers every Friday and Saturday night when in season. Come join us for our latest show at the historic downtown Marriott Hotel!
Sherlocks has performed in Columbus, GA, since 2008 and has entertained over 20,000+ patrons. Come see why Sherlocks is rated one of the highest attractions by TripAdvisor®!
We have always had a fantastic relationship with our local tourism advocacy bureau, VisitColumbusGA! Through them we have been able to expand our network throughout the Chattahoochee Valley area and help make Sherlocks one of the most visited theatres in the region. Check out what the valley has to offer.
The Columbus Cultural Arts Alliance and their marketing and tourism grant make it possible for us to produce shows. As a nonprofit theatre, our margins are very narrow and we would not be successful without their financial contributions.