Holiday-Themed Show ‘Marriage Can Be Murder’ Returns to D Hotel

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Mystery dinner party “Marriage Can Be Murder” will bring back its annual holiday shows and company parties this Christmas season.  Running from December 1 to January 2, 2019 and presented at The D Hotel in Las Vegas, the themed performances feature an alternate script and a decorated set. Tickets to the show include a three-course meal, a drink and server gratuity.

Audiences can purchase three tiers of tickets: general; VIP, which includes a souvenir t-shirt, priority seating and the option of an alcoholic drink; and RIP, which offers the t-shirt, a souvenir photo, two alcoholic beverages and the opportunity to participate in the performance.

Since 2013 “Marriage Can Be Murder” has received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence” every year. The dinner show also won Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best of Las Vegas award for Best Date Night 2017, Casino Plyer Magazine’s “2017 Best Production Show” and Nevada Magazine’s 2018 Best Show in Southern Nevada.”

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The D Las Vegas is a new casino hotel in Las Vegas. Its performance space, The Showroom at the D Las Vegas, features dinner theater, such as “Marriage Can Be Murder,” Broadway productions, music, comedy and more.

To celebrate "Christmas in July,"  the "Marriage Can Be Murder" show is available at a 20 percent discount on private and semi-private holiday parties from July through September 3. 

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