ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!!!
Agatha’s is an interactive dinner theater. Enjoy the 5 course meal while being entertained in between acts. And you don’t just get to watch the show, you get to participate! Don’t worry if you are shy, not everyone has a speaking part. Usually most people end up ‘performing’ in a group, which is optional. If you’d like a speaking part, you can request one when you make your reservation.
Cost: $73/per person. Includes 5 course meal (food is actually really good), coffee, tea, complimentary wine, entertainment, tip and tax. A full cash bar is available, which includes non-alcoholic beverages.
Time: The show starts at 8:00 pm and lasts 2.5 hours. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Please arrive at least 15-30 minutes before show time (although the appetizers are really good so I would get there even earlier).
Dress: Dinner casual. Suit and tie is not required, but no flip-flops.
Call Manny at 404-584-2233 to make your reservation (this is a different number than the one listed on the website). Ask to be seated with the Martinez party.
Do not make reservations online as you will not be seated with the group.
There are only a limited number of seats left so I would encourage you to go ahead and make your reservations. These holiday shows fill up VERY quickly. Once you’ve made your reservation, please email Johanna at email@example.com so she can keep up with how many couples will be attending.
About the Show: “Murder…..on 34th Street”
When her toy department staff keeps showing up dead for work, it looks like they’ll be no holidays after all. But that’s when Kris – an elderly gentleman with a white beard who looks kinda sorta like Santa, mostly cuz his hair is white, is hired as an emergency replacement. The problem, however, is that Kris believes that he really is Santa…and the Easter Bunny….and a bunch of other people . Yeah…..he’s nuts. Kris, along with a merry band of holiday characters works not only to restore everyone’s belief in the holidays, but also solve a murder, and ALSO try to prove his identity in a court of law…..oh, and all before dessert.