Las Vegas Mayor 'Killed' At Downtown Mystery Dinner Show Last Night!


Las Vegas mayor “killed” at downtown mystery dinner show last night! Mayor Oscar Goodman was “murdered” at “Marriage Can Be Murder,” in the longest running murder mystery dinner show located at the downtown Fitzgeralds Hotel.


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Goodman had a cameo appearance in an award-winning Las Vegas dinner show and the audience had to figure out with clues who “shot” the mayor. This was in celebration of 10 years of having audiences laughing and guessing whodunit on a nightly basis. The longest running dinner show in Southern Nevada, “Marriage Can Be Murder,” is an interactive experience where the audience unseeingly becomes involved with mystery unfolding around them.


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“Guests keep coming back to see the show because they enjoy the interaction of the characters on stage and in the crowd,” said Eric Post, co-creator of the dinner theater concept with wife Jayne Post.
“Our audience members love that they are submerged into the action, and with their reactions each show takes on a different twist and turn. We knew 10 years ago our idea of dinner theater was different than anything else in Las Vegas and we look forward to celebrating 10 more years of ‘Marriage Can Be Murder.”


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“Marriage Can Be Murder” is an interactive award-winning dinner show that is a comedy, murder mystery and dinner show experience all rolled into one solid performance. The four-dimensional theater concept was created more than 20 years ago by husband and wife team Eric and Jayne Post and has been seen by more than 250,000 audience members in the past 10 years. Fore more information, visit


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“Marriage Can Be Murder” can be seen seven nights a week at 6:30 p.m. with seating beginning at 6 p.m. inside the Showroom at Fitzgeralds Casino & Hotel in fabulous downtown Las Vegas. “Marriage Can Be Murder” dinner show package is $54.95 and includes one non-alcoholic drink and tip.


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A VIP package is available for $69.95 and features premium seating, a souvenir t-shirt, one complimentary well cocktail, domestic beer or wine and tip. Special Nevada resident pricing is $44.95 and includes one non-alcoholic drink, and tip. Tickets can be purchased by calling (702) 388-2111 or visiting online.

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