Philadelphia, PA - This week marks the highly anticipated opening of Red Rūm Theater in Philadelphia, the city's only venue dedicated to the art of murder mystery. With cabaret seating for up to 100 people and a whopping 3,346-square-foot space, Red Rūm is located inside the Curtis at 601 Walnut Street.
Without A Cue’s Red Rūm Theater Pays Tribute To Betty White
On Tuesday, January 12th, Without A Cue Productions is having a media preview party that starts with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 6:00 PM. City Winery Philadelphia and Pops McCann Whiskey will provide wine and cocktails. Guests will get an exclusive look at the theater in addition to seeing the opening show - The Golden Girls! Setting up shop has been Without A Cue's dream for over 20 years, and they are ecstatic to have now a place where they can provide guests with an unforgettable theater experience!
Without A Cue Productions' premiere show at Red, Rūm Theater will be The Golden Girls on January 17th at 8:00 PM. Visit their website for ticket information.
"We are so delighted to debut our Golden Girls show at Red Rūm," said Traci Connaughton, Executive Director of Without A Cue. "Our patrons can expect nothing short of an extraordinary environment as we host interactive events, private shows, team-building initiatives, kid-friendly entertainment, and much more!"
The ladies from the 80s are throwing the ultimate bash, and everyone in Philly is invited! Sophia, Blanche, Rose, and Dorothy are ditching Miami for the City of Brotherly Love to host a celebratory soiree. But the fun could quickly turn deadly when they discover someone's got murder on their mind.
Sophia tries to lighten the mood with a song, but someone else is ready to lighten up the crowd with a BANG! On opening night.
Enjoy complimentary cocktails from Pops McCann Whiskey, delicious snacks, a red carpet with photo ops with The Golden Girls cast, and meet lovable, furry friends from PAWS - Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society. Red Rūm Theater will be donating a portion of its opening night proceeds towards PAWS, and for every ticket purchased during January in honor of Betty White, $1 will help save an animal's life. Representatives from PAWS will be there that evening, giving information on how you can help.