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Even though we're The Sports Capital of Texas, there's still plenty of entertainment in town that doesn't involve a ball, a stadium or a scoreboard. Check out these attractions when you're off the field.
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For Valentine’s Day weekend only, an original murder mystery dinner experience!
Inspiration for this thrilling live experience comes from Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet and the actual history of Williamson County. In addition to the performance, guests will enjoy a full dinner and drinks from the bar, all included in the ticket price.
Run time: 2 hours
Regular tickets $65
Reservations close February 11th.
The Most Fateful Tragedy of the Brushy Creek Lovers, An Investigation Spiritual is written and directed by Beth Burns.
151 N A.W. Grimes Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78664
From A.W. Grimes Blvd, turn east into Rabb Park. At the fork, keep right. Follow the drive past the Play for All Abilities Park and arrive at a parking lot. Parking is free. The Rabb House is to the right of the parking lot.
The Most Fateful Tragedy… is penned and directed by Beth Burns, founder of Austin’s Hidden Room Theatre. Ms. Burns studied playwriting under Edward Albee; taught and performed at the world-famous Groundlings Theatre in Los Angeles; and has directed Shakespeare productions for Hidden Room that have performed at Shakespeare’s Globe, Oxford University and the American Shakespeare Center. Now, she lends her extraordinary talents to create an evening of romance, mystery and the supernatural.
The menu has been created by Chef Vikki Bowen and is inspired by recipes from the original settlers of Williamson County. Dinner, refreshments and drinks from the bar are included in the price of admission.