The Honors College will host a Murder Mystery Dinner April 2 for the first time since 2012.
Organized and cast by Honors students, the Murder Mystery Dinner allows for audience participation because attendees will get to vote on who they think the murderer is.
“This event gives students the chance to take a break from the everyday stress of college, spend time with their friends, have fun solving the murder case, and support their friends who are acting,” said Tessa Cave, senior sociology major from North Richland Hills and Honors student worker.
The dinner will be served by Aramark under the illusion that they are in “CafÃ© Murder.” Toward the end of the dinner, attendees will be asked to vote on who they think the murderer is. Then toward the end of the play, the cast of nine Honors students will reveal the murderer.
“I am really excited about the dinner,” said Audrey Parker, freshman nursing major and Honors student from Mansfield. “I am a huge ‘Criminal Minds’ fan, so it will be fun to see other Honors students solving a murder.”
The Murder Mystery Dinner will take place in the WPAC North Lobby at 6 p.m. April 2. Admission is free for Honors students and $5 for all guests.